“tiny dragons in cages” (or who can pass an old cabin)

Powder River cabin

Powder River Cabin

“. . .shelves and shelves of scrying glasses and potions and ancient parchments and tiny dragons in cages.”

. . .So Tana French describes the imagined content of a mysterious old man’s shed in “In the Woods.”

Aren’t we hoping for such a place, when we explore a new place and stumble across an old cabin?

And what to do if such a place were found? And especially what to do with “tiny dragons in cages” – turn them loose? feed them? if so, what?

Keep searching, my friend. One never knows.

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