Bats in the Belfry in Phoenixville
Little brown bat; Liz says the bat is big and brown but it looked small to me on the picture she took a photo of it resting on my woodblock print of the little German boy holding a doll in the downstairs bedroom.
On a lighter note concerning animals - I went back to the Beatrix Potter small shop and museum (teeny tiny upstairs room with Beatrix Potter DVD playing and kinds of stuffed little mice and infomration aboutth the Tailor of Gloucester. I caved in and bought a few books, my favorite, Tom Kitten and another cat book, The Tale of Three Bad Kittens as well as the Tailor of Gloucester and a magnet for my office magnet collection. Below: current Beatrix Shop/Museum by Glouceter Cathedral and a drawing by Beatrix of the Tailor of Gloucester's shop at the location.
"When the Cathedral clock struck twelve there was an answer - like an echo of the chimes - and Simkin heard it, and came out of the tailor's door, and wandered about in the snow."