Can you find this secret spot in West Windsor?

I went walking in the woods in West Windsor and spotted this fellow asleep in his hammock.

Then I spotted one ready to get a party started. And another gnome. Then a dozen or so more, tucked amid the tree trunks and leaves along the path. Did others scamper into hiding places before I arrived? Through that door at the bottom of a tree? That Rutgers one, though – did he get beaten up playing football? Or get the worse end of a quarrel with a deer?

I don’t want to disturb them by disclosing their location, so you’ll have to search on your own. My only tip: look in West Windsor’s open spaces. And there are so many wooded trails to explore! This list includes only some of them. What would you add?

What mischief do these gnomes get up to when humans aren’t around? We may never know. But if you know how these creatures settled in West Windsor, email us at wwbikeped@gmail.com.

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