Cruising – A Viking We Shall Go — The Gnomestead Tapestry

A Gnomestead Tapestry Short.

A Tavern – Cruising Joke!

Not really a “shaggy dog story.” Real good Norse stories should end in a tavern!

I hope you enjoy the “Gnomestead Tapestry” Cruising joke. Feel free to share it around!

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DWPenner


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Two Knights Walk Into a Bar 14 – A Regular — The Gnomestead Tapestry

A Gnomestead Tapestry Short.

Another tale from the bar. That’s Captain George! Arrrrrr!.

A Regular

Cpt George: Greetings Captain George, you want the usual, Rum?
Bar Maid: No Darlin’, I want whiskey, Red-Eye! Leave the bottle.
Scot: Why’s the guy in the pirate hat so blue?
Gnorman: Oh, that’s Captain George. Every month he comes into town and…
Gnorman: …asks the smith if something called a “canon” has been invented yet.
Barkeep: It seems it is important for a pirate ship to have canons.


I wonder where Captain George is from? The West Indies? The Orient? Africa? Penzance? Saskatchewan? …

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DWPenner


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Man Eating Pumpkin — The Gnomestead Tapestry

A Gnomestead Tapestry Short.

A Halloween Special with Sir Biff!

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Wasn’t there a man-eating chicken some time ago?

Hoping you enjoy the “Gnomestead Tapestry” School Daze joke. Feel free to share it around!

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DWPenner


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Introducing Locations — The Gnomestead

Some Locations Used in the Gnomestead Tapestry

The Gnome's Tavern. All are welcome.

The Gnome’s Tavern. All are welcome.

A place for sharing stories
Taverns are where folks gather
All are welcome there.

The gateway into the keeps great hall.

The gateway into the keep’s great hall. Often open during the day, but closed at night and requiring a password.

Entry to the Keep
Welcomes those of peaceful bent
Speak friend and enter

The churchyard, fenced not to keep people in our out, but just to let you know it's there.

The churchyard, fenced not to keep people in our out, but just to let you know it’s there.

Peaceful meeting place
The churchyard green for folks
Spend time on your soul


Here are three locations that have been or will be used in The Gnomestead Tapestry. I’m showing them without the tapestry borders I normally use. It gives more room for the set, though a little loss of tradition.