Save Kentonville

I was preparing to do a post about this artist featured on who makes dresses out of pinecones and lily pads and 99 cent store items, but when I watched a video of her making one of these dresses, I got a little blehhed out by all the Cat Stevens and hippie dancing and decided not to post about her.

But while I was looking at the original article, I found an amusing comment from somebody who identified himself as the Mayor of Kentonville, and his comment piqued my interest enough to click on his name. And lo and behold, I found myself in that smallest of micronations (i.e. one that only exists online) Kentonville.

So far there are mainly just text block placeholders on the various pages, but I feel that Kentonville has a lot of promise; it really sounds like my sort of place. I am hoping very much that Kentonville does not become one of those “one post wonder” blogs bjournals, so I think I’m going to have to write to Kenton to encourage him to press on. And while I am loath to tell you what to do, Fancy Reader, I hope that you can find some time to write to him as well. Go Kentonville!

Published in: on July 11, 2008 at 12:28 pm  Comments (4)  
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  1. do they eat salt peanuts and play the mellophonium there ?

  2. Yes. I’m thinking Chet Baker and bowls of Kenton Quisp as well.

  3. Thank you for the article I have started the process. I hope I can live up to your hopes

  4. Yes! Long live Kentonville!

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