Entrance to Ancient Happy, or what remains of it.
Many mysterious passages within, too numerous to make a coherent map, it seems. But I might still try.
Stone stairs on the north side lead to the green top of Mysten Underhill. A large rock jutting up from the green beside the house with the occult related objects inside discovered the previous night caught Baker’s eye — “How did he miss such a thing?”*
Pumpkin found in the underground (underhill?) not far from the foot of the stone stairs. Baker Bloch touched the pumpkin and received a prize: William Blake’s “Songs of Innocence and Exerience”. Lucky boy!
Impossible (in Real Life) bottom side of the village’s stream viewed upwards.
Mysten Parva has its own, even larger underground, larger in terms of ceiling height at least.
Baker stands next to the dividing line between Mysten Underhill and Mysten Parva. Can you see it?
Mysten Underhill (right) and Mysten Parva (left), once more.
By the by, I also found out that Mysten was Grey at one time.
* Hucka D. has indicted to me subsequently that this is called Nick Rock, and has something to do with St. Nick of Sunklands. Hmmm.