Twilight Museum coming to Forks?

Dear Forks,

I heard the news! No- not that you’ve realized no year will ever be as good as 2008, but the news that you want to create a Twilight museum! I guess you must still be looking for our phone number because you’d neverstart a museum without our suggestions for what should be in it, right? Of course not. Well, off the top of my head:

May this be in wax lest we never forget

  • Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart’s privacy pre-2009
  • That weed pipe Kristen was caught smoking on that stoop
  • The notebook with the song lyrics & chords from the Cullen family after-hours jam sessions from Twilight filming
  • An Olive Garden take-out container with a fork used by Big Daddy
  • The bed sheets where Rob & Kristen first made out (they might cost you and arm & a leg– Cathi’s been trying for the highest bidder for years)
  • Michael Oregano
  • The spray can from Rob’s airbrushed abs in New Moon
  • The old blackberry Moon used to take an illicit Robsten photo with
  • A mock Buttcrack Santa grave site
  • Taylor’s tears from the Swiftner break-up
  • Evidence from an Ashley-Jackson hook up session
  • Rob Pattinson’s copy of Midnight Sun that he accidentally left sitting around which went missing 4 years ago

They'll be there

But it gets better— not only are you creating a museum but you’re holding a 3 day 2012 Stephene Meyer Day event (GREAT marketing, btw… with a 3 day Stephenie Meyer DAY event, how COULD she say no!?) including a Twilight-themed festival. And the main event will be a nighttime reenactment of the wedding!!! I can see it now- a bunch of badly dressed goth kids dressed as Bella & Edward sneaking off to do it in the Forks woods. And.. omg– you’re working on securing THE Twilight Film Props collection from Collector John Henson. THERE IS A TWILIGHT FILM PROPS COLLECTOR?? As if this could get any better.

OH BUT IT CAN.

The Target demographic for the museum is…. yep- Woman, aged 30+!!!! After all our years of complaining that NO ONE, the media- the movie studios, the merch makers, gets that the most DEDICATED Twilight fans are us old folks (I mean YOU old folks, I’m holding on to my 20s for one more year thank you very much!!) YOU GET IT! The town of Forks KNOWS it! And I have to assume that’s because they notice that the only people checking into their Bed & Breakfasts are groups of giggly grown women, with the occasional sad, sad man trailing far behind.

But I have to admit. This whole time…. as I’m making fun of you & your new museum & your attempt to bring Stephenie Meyer back to your sleepy town (You did realize I was making fun of you, right?)… who am I kidding? I actually want to visit you.

I want to sit here

Yes, I want to visit your museum & add my ticket stub to my scrapbook

I want to rent a beat up red truck & drive to La push.

I want to sleep in the “Cottage” room at the local bed & breakfast. I want to eat at Bella Italia after running away from some dodgey fellas. I want the mushroom ravioli. Even though I’m sure it’s frozen 10 minutes before it’s served onto my plate.

I want to take my macbook to “The Lodge” and order a big juicy hunk of deer meat only to remember seconds later I’m a vegetarian.

I’d want to pose near Carlisle’s parking spot at the hospital & visit the police station. I’d grab the sherif & buy him a Vitamin R.

And I want to find a big ass tree and make Moon jump on my back for an epic “Spider Monkey” picture.

I AM your target demographic. And I’m coming for you.

Love,
UnintendedChoice

WHAT DO YOU THINK? Would you go to Forks to see the Twilight Museum? If not for the museum… do you still want to o to Forks? Come on! Admit it.. While totally cheesy & done a gazillion times..It would be fun…..!

You may have noticed we’re not posting as regularly. IT’S SO HARD!!! Posting when there is nothing to post about it like…. well, impossible sometimes as you’ve noticed. Don’t worry- we’re not leaving you for good. So don’t expect that announcement anytime soon. We can’t quit you quite yet. But we are going to only post when we have stuff that inspires us (no forcing it) and also some nights we’re well intentioned but real life gets in the way. We have like.. real jobs now. It’s weird. But HEY— we know YOU still have so much to say to Twilight.. so please put those thoughts down on paper & email it to us, won’t you!? XO

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  • RachelB

    Yup, been there, done that & actually bought a tshirt.  I also got a “Bellas first aid kit” free with my purchase at the local pharmacy! And lots of embarassing pictures!  But, I would deff go back!!  There is some really pretty hiking near there and who am I kidding, of course I’d go to the musuem!

    • MariaCecilia

      I guess I’ll have to work on the hiking angle to convince my husband to plan our next summer vacation in the Pacific Northwest…like the Cullens he loves camping and hiking. (No mountain lions on his list, though.) Maybe I’ll sprain my ankle and stay in Forks and raid the mini-bar this time…

    • TeamSeth

       I don’t remember you buying a tshirt… the first aid kit, yes, I got one too (still in my car), OH! The Tsunami shirt!!!! YES! ahem. :)  I have that lovely Forks magnet w/ the whale.  Hm, I always thought the twilight store WAS the museum…

  • Anonymous

    Does this mean we are planning a Forks trip? *on knees begging* please say yes.

    • Bubs

      Can people [ie TWIHARDS] from the Southern Hemisphere come too ???????

      • Anonymous

        They must. We’re needed to balance the world

        • Bubs

          AMEN !!!!!

  • Michelle

    Instead of a LTT/LTR Cruise, we could do a LTT Voyage to Forks! OMG! Book it ladies. I am there. Well, you know so long as the Hubs doesn’t mind me leaving him and the kids… But he DOES understand my normalness so I’m sure he’d send me off with his blessings.

    Voyage to Forks 2012! Eeeek!

  • Anonymous

    Speaking as a member of a group of giggly women… That’s the target demographic because you have to have money to get there and stay there and buy stuff, and last I checked thirteen year olds don’t have that much disposable income. I might go back for a museum.

    • MariaCecilia

      Hell, I’ve already built a shrine in my bedroom, I don’t need a measly museum! (Just kidding, of course I’ll support the good people of Forks. Saving up for the trip now..)

  • MariaCecilia

    Let me remind you: some serious academic research is going on about the effects of the Twilight-phenomenon! I met some 30+ female researchers who had finished a book on “Twications”: and guess who has the money to go gallivanting across the world? Well, it sure ain’t those teenagers… Read her blog in English! It’s SO obvious she is a closet fan, weaving her obsession into her work! Go girl! http://www.miun.se/sv/Bloggportalen/forskarbloggen/Christine-Lundberg/Dates/2011/5/Twilight–Vacationers–Twicationers/ 

    • TeamSeth

      So, this is you, right? This is YOUR blog. (nods) :)

      • Anonymous

        It’s what I’m thinking. Oh yeah

      • MariaCecilia

        *sighs wistfully* Yeah, I should be so lucky..
        No, unfortunately, I have to keep my obsession to my free time. Plus, would I really reveal my secret identity to you guys this easily? *huffs* I’ll have you know, my professional commitments necessitate that I keep a low profile in these circles. Let me just say that the royal court keeps us all on a tight leash, especially now that the Princess has finally given birth and the media are buzzing. (Bet she didn’t have half as dramatic a delivery as our Bella, though.)Gotta go. Busy day ahead!

        • http://letterstokristen.wordpress.com/ KStewBoy

          No fair. I revealed my blog – you have to do the same. 
          Quid pro quo, Clarice.  Quid pro quo.

          • Anonymous

            Spooky. The Silence of the Alpacas…

          • Anonymous

            keep the fava beans, leave the Chianti. 

          • MariaCecilia

            Don’t hate on the fava beans! Bring me the Frascati!

          • TeamSeth

             Coffee. Everywhere.

          • Anonymous

            I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again: I lurv you

          • MariaCecilia

            You’re cool. You have a blog. I’m not. I don’t. What can I say? Just..grovel..

  • Anonymous

    If we can offer suggestions…I suggest adding the crushed velvet suit from Rathbone…it’s sooo hewl and looks like blood.  It can be marketed that there is guyliner (with application instructions) in the inside pocket.
    I was iffy about going to Forks but as soon as someone said “Bella’s first aid kit” I’m in…

    • MariaCecilia

      And there should be a herb garden, with oregano, marijuana, basil, strawberrys and freesias, dogweed (chuckle) and whatever Edward smells like. Stephanie? Any clues?

      • Anonymous

         The gift shop will sell strawberry shampoo and freesia perfume. Those weird cups that have liquid around the edge so you can pretend to drink blood. Baseball uniforms. Tree climbing hand-hook…thingies? You know what I mean. And obviously, body glitter.

        • Anonymous

          Don’t forget the steak and cobbler.  And an entire wing of all the bad wigs.

        • The Old One

          Glitter lube.

          • MariaCecilia

            *blushing* IS there even such a thing? I hesitate to ask, but what, erhm, is it used for?

          • The Old One

            That was from a Rob interview where he joked about his face being on all kinds of inappropriate products.  Like Twilight glitter lube.

          • TeamSeth

             For vampire sex.

          • TeamSeth

             What else would it be used for?

          • Anonymous

            Seeing in the dark?

          • TeamSeth

             No, that’s glow in the dark lube.

          • Anonymous

            Fluorescent AND sparkly? Multi-purpose and couldn’t be without it

          • Anonymous

            Yeah, I don’t know where I’m going with that

          • TeamSeth

             to a doctor who marathon in portland… then we’ll drive up to Forks.

          • Anonymous

             YES.

          • http://letterstokristen.wordpress.com/ KStewBoy

             Marble – please answer Maria’s other question. 
            I use it to take the squeaks out of my door hinges in the most fabulous way.

          • Anonymous

             Goodness, KSB. So naughty. Really, if Maria needs to ask, I certainly don’t want to tell her…or direct her to any websites I frequent…or any E/J slashfic I read.

          • Anonymous

            Sparkle while you work…?

          • MariaCecilia

            Seriously? That is TMI!!

  • Anonymous

    I’M IN!

    • The Old One

      I’m not laughing AT you, but WITH you, when I see “Just the tip:  I’M IN!”   #smuttythoughts

      • MariaCecilia

        That’s normal.

        • Anonymous

          Thank Goddess I’m not alone. Pervy is normal

  • Anonymous

    Dear Forks,
    As a museum professional, I’d like to submit my application to curate your collection. Where should I send it?
    Dear UC,
    Can you really rent a red truck to drive to LaPush? ‘Cause you’ve officially sold me on a first-hand-embarrassing vacation if you can.

    • Anonymous

      I would so rent a beat up red truck in Forks.  Can it have a bendable dent so I can have Mr. Slut play Edward and just POP! “fix” it? Yes. I want this. 

      • MariaCecilia

        Yes! Yes! Yes! This should be a museum activity! Pay a dollar and be Edward: pop the dent!

        • Anonymous

          Exactly my thought! When I curate the Great Forks Twiseum there will be an “Interactive”/ photo-op with a red truck w/ popable dent. Awesome.

          • Anonymous

            Think of all the interactive stuff there could be: Buttcrack Santa mini-bar with cocktail competitions (Mr Choice would probably win); polystyrene boulder crushing; mountain lion hunt; Porsche boosting (in a legally controlled manner, of course); cliff diving etc etc etc

          • MariaCecilia

            I wanna visit your museum..<3

      • TeamSeth

         Just POP! fix it. Twss.

  • Anonymous

    I’ve got to go before I get too old for the demographic (that’s my excuse and I’m sticking to it!). 

    We could have a LTT/LTR convention there – camp out in the High School gym (so long as it’s set up for badminton and volleyball)

    • Anonymous

      I much prefer a Forks trip. I am not a cruise kind of girl. I even play volleyball as well as Bella does!

      • MariaCecilia

        Oh-oh. No volleyball until you’ve gone to sleep then…

        • TeamSeth

           She’s gotta great spike, huh?

    • Bubs

      Can Aussie’s still in Aussieland join you ?????  Before I get toooooooo old  too ?

      • Anonymous

        You’d better. Am considering an extensive trip home via Portland slumber party, Forks museum and LA to coincide with a certain November event… Wanna come?

        • Bubs

          Sounds verrrrry tempting-although I may have to bring hubby with me. Although he’s verrrry understanding of my Team Jacob rants-could be a possibility……

          • Anonymous

            That’s fine. The more Strine there the better I say. He can hold the handbags whilst we prance

  • nocoolname

    As the mother of five children under the age of 7, I’m up for a vacay anyfrickenwhere.  If only Forks was not the absolute farthest place from me in the continental US…

    • MariaCecilia

      Don’t fret. You wouldn’t like the rain anyway…

  • The Old One

    I will go only if they name the museum café “The Bloated Toad” instead of Bella Italia, just like in the movie.  And the gift shop has to sell copies of The Legend of the Slapping Beaver.  Only then will I visit.

    • Anonymous

      Well, there’s already a Bella Italia, so I think your odds are good. 

    • TeamSeth

       I concur. Bloated Toad is actually a consulting firm in St Helens, OR. Not that it’s like 20 min drive from my house or anything…

      And the RL Bella Italia restaurant in Port Angeles is actually pretty good. And serves good regional wine and not frozen ravioli. Along with a lot of other nice dishes. No promises for anywhere in Forks though. Eep.

      • http://letterstokristen.wordpress.com/ KStewBoy

         Can I just say that TS seems to live in the coolest area of the US.  I am so jealous of west-coasters, and I don’t even smoke weed!

        • Venom

          I was thinking that too. But is it really too green? I think that would be cool.  I’ve um heard the weed’s  pretty good up north too.  I  actually envy people who have real seasons. Wait, I’m talking about the weather? 

          • http://letterstokristen.wordpress.com/ KStewBoy

             Hahha – it must be slow times in Twilightland if we are talking about the weather, right Venom.  Funny stuff.  Where are you that there are no seasons?

          • Venom

            Somewhere beach-ish in CA. It rains here and there and then winter’s over. Boring!

          • TeamSeth

             That’s how life is up here too. Except that it rains for 8 months.

          • MariaCecilia

            I used to like seasons. But we have too much of the “ice-covered-streets-with-rain”-variety.

  • operarose

    I wonder if they’re going to try to make it into a Tweed Serious museum or a cute touristy museum. The theme suggests the latter, but I like to imagine some aging guy with a pocket protector and PhD who has prior experience at the Met and the Hermitage one day gets the call he’s been waiting for… to be the executive curator at the Twilight museum! 
    I also hope they host visiting collections of Fan Art from Etsy.

    • Anonymous

      Hahahaha! They’re totally going to hire me to curate it, though… and while I don’t actually have a pocket protector, put me in a museum setting and I’ll act like I do. I will definitely mount fan art exhibitions. My first act will be to attempt to acquire the felted “Bella’s Womb” for the permanent collection. That is a piece far to great to only have in a temp exhibit.

      • TeamSeth

         I’m very much looking forward to your curating.

      • operarose

        To be honest, the ONLY thing that came to mind when I saw the words “Twilight museum” was the felted womb.

    • MariaCecilia

      And original copies of epic works of fan fiction in glass cases! (The smutty pages not on display of course. This is a family museum. If you pay extra you can go into the Red Room and read THOSE pages.)

  • Anonymous

    Had I been drinking coffee, it would now be all over my screen because of “The notebook with the song lyrics & chords from the Cullen family after-hours jam sessions from Twilight filming” AND”Taylor’s tears from the Swiftner break-up.”
    Do these things really just pop into your head, or do you have to think about it a while?

    Also, Twilight Films Prop Collector John Henson?! Have we found the King of the Unicorns??

    • TeamSeth

       King of the Unicorns sounds like an EPIC band name…

      • Anonymous

        And who would play the horn?

        • TeamSeth

           *GASP* You can’t cut off a unicorn’s horn!!! That’s just so wrong! Then it’d only be a horse.

          • Anonymous

            Who said anything about cutting it off? It could be used as a percussive instrument because blowing it would be something else

          • TeamSeth

             I’m glad you cleared that up ;)

          • MariaCecilia

            Actually, unicorns ARE horses with glued-on plastic horns. So sorry! (Eh, I hope someone clued you in on Santa?)

          • Anonymous

            At least they’re not bears. Someone once tried tried to tell me that vampires aren’t real – snort!

          • Bubs

            GOD, you crack me up !!!!

          • TeamSeth

             I’m a little mad at you now, MariaCecillia. *wipes up tears*

          • Anonymous

            It’s ok, I’ll send the Easter Bunny round to cheer you up. Snuggle bunnies whoop!

          • MariaCecilia

            Heck! Someone had to pop your Santa-cherry! Or was that the unicorns..?

  • allyctwilighter

    I went last summer, it was gorgeous! It is beautiful on la push, and the other beaches up the WA and OR coast. The drive from Forks to Port Angeles is beautiful too. I would definitely go back! You and moon should plan a ltt/ltr take over twilight country trip… but you should.start in Portland with the movie tour… That area was the most beautiful place I have been… anyway, I think if you all planned a trip, you would definitely have some followers!

    • TeamSeth

       YES! They should definitely start in Portland. I will host a sleepover in my house. If you all have sleeping bags and we utilize the basement and bonus room, I can accommodate up to 50 people. But, just like Charlie, I’ve only got 1 bathroom…

      Also, I would like to point out that the View Point Inn (aka prom) burned last year and is still… out of commission, so to speak.

      • Anonymous

        Pajama party! We could bring our Twilight pillows

  • http://letterstokristen.wordpress.com/ KStewBoy

    Let’s make this thing interactive:
    -a little dirt-bike course where we can hop on a motorcycle for the first time and crash into rocks
    -a nice path through the trees where we can curl up into a ball and sleep on the forest floor for the night
    -miniature cliff diving
    -Life-sized Bella dolls we can get romantic with
    OR
    -Life-sized Bella dolls whose fake blood-filled uterus’ we can tear open with our teeth
    -A theater we can sit in and watch viewings of Face Punch
    -Newborn dolls we can rip the arms and legs and heads off

    I’m so bloody impractical.
     

    • Anonymous

       No, this is excellent. Like a ride! A dirt bike on rails that ends when it crashes into a rock.

      The Bella doll, though…I think that is a “special” hotel in Port Angeles.

      • http://letterstokristen.wordpress.com/ KStewBoy

        I bet there’s at least one hotel in Las Vegas with this kind of theme room.  Sickies!  Humping a doll – how disturbed.  Especially if it’s Ugly Bella.

        Vampire Bella on the other hand…  I KID!

        • Anonymous

          I think there may be one twi-cast member who knows about that room.  Thinking…thinking…hmmmm

        • Anonymous

          “I KID!” Ha. I think not. I’ve read your blog…

          • http://letterstokristen.wordpress.com/ KStewBoy

            And I thank you!

    • Anonymous

      I really should read ahead before commenting. These are so much better. 

      Perhaps your girls should hide their dolls for the moment though

      • http://letterstokristen.wordpress.com/ KStewBoy

        My girls are weird (the apple doesn’t fall far).  Most of their dolls are boys.  Like they have 8 Kens (and 1 Edward) compared to say 3 Barbies (and zero Bellas). 
        Besides, the regulation Barbie or Bella or Bratz dolls available at the local Walmart or ToysRUs are much to small to do anything with.  Don’t be so dramatic, SissyP.

        • Anonymous

          Liking the sound of your girls, especially if they have a huge Lego collection. Twilight Lego!@MrsKowski:disqus They could sell that in the shop.
          I used to be able to pull the arms off my big sister’s Barbie and do all sorts of make believe, where’s your ambition KSB? 
          Besides, I’m practising to be a proper dramorror queen

          • Anonymous

             I want twilight legos! stupid harry potter gets them, I don’t see why we can’t.

            I think my girl and the KStew Girls would get along great. Playdate?

          • http://letterstokristen.wordpress.com/ KStewBoy

            Playdate!

            And how is it that they have not come out with Twilight Legos?!  That is a crying shame.  Is there a Lego site we can spam with emails with such a request?

          • Anonymous

             PLAYDATE!
            And, don’t get me started on Legos and how they only target boys and have come out with stupid PINK legos for girls. Don’t even get me started on gendered toys, really. I will cut a bitch.

          • Anonymous

            I would buy a Twilight Lego and not just for the Twilight bit. 

            *sigh* I miss playing with Lego. Being a grownup sucks bigtime

          • Anonymous

            Just think they could have Twilight Lego Wars for the Wii

          • Anonymous

             I can’t express how much I want this thing that does not exist and I didn’t even think about til just now! I want to smash heads and break marble and then instantly feel better on Wii!

        • MariaCecilia

          Ha! “much too small to do anything with” (that’s what she said) – I think not! Size doesn’t matter, it is all in the imagination and the technique.

    • MariaCecilia

      No, no, not impractical, just awful, bloody expensive, because of all the work with prop replacements. But we will pay up, never fear!
      I still think getting to know the Bella doll is something you’d better do in the privacy of your own home, preferably when Mrs KStewBoy is out of town?

      • http://letterstokristen.wordpress.com/ KStewBoy

        No Maria, I can’t agree with having my affair with the Bella doll at home.  How do I bring the thing into the house without my nosy neighbors seeing?  The whole family would have to be out of town along with Mrs. KSB.  Plus people might be looking in the windows and they might see me having a nice candle-light dinner with her.  Plus it would be too much like cheating doing in in our marital bed.  I think a hotel room in Las Vegas is much more appropriate for such behaviour. 
        Why am I thinking about this?!  This is wrong.

        • Anonymous

           I laughed out loud at the candle light dinner. Awesome. You’ve seen Lars and the Real Girl, yes?
          http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0805564/

          • http://letterstokristen.wordpress.com/ KStewBoy

            Ha! Good one, I’d totally forgotten about that movie.  It was pretty good.  Not nearly as creepy as you would have thought it’d be.  Lars was a man after my own heart.

            I really want to dislike Ryan Gosling, because of all his hunkiness – but each movie I see him in I end up liking him more.  Crazy, Stupid Love?  Loved it.  Blue Velvet – not so good, but I liked him in it.  I’ve yet to see Drive or Ides of March. 
            Any reviews on those, peoples?  I know you are all Gosling fans.

          • Anonymous

             I am actually not a huge Gosling fan. He’s *meh* to me. I do like Feminist Ryan Gosling, of course: http://feministryangosling.tumblr.com/

            I saw Drive and really liked it. Violent a bit, but cool jacket.  Mr. Slut liked it, too. Blue Valentine was depressing but good. I  haven’t seen Ides of March but I want to.

          • TeamSeth

             Isn’t Billy Burke in Drive?

          • Anonymous

            I think that was Drive Angry with Nicholas Cage. I didn’t realise he was in Rizzoli & Isles. I’m gonna have to watch

          • The Old One

            A day late (and more than a dollar short) here.  But definitely rent the movie Fracture.  It has Ryan Gosling, Billy Burke, and Anthony Hopkins.  A really great thriller!

        • Anonymous

          Not wrong, it’s perfectly normal to go into excessive detail. These things need to be thought through carefully

          • http://letterstokristen.wordpress.com/ KStewBoy

            Right? Totally normal.

        • MariaCecilia

          My mind boggles. How is being unfaithful -with anything- in Vegas any better than being unfaithful at home? Only difference is you don’t have to wash the sheets!

          • http://letterstokristen.wordpress.com/ KStewBoy

            Very good question.  I can’t answer it.  That’s just how my brain works when I imagine stuff.

            Speaking of active imaginations reminds me that today is “Cusp Day”!!!

            Chapter 12 confused my little brain.  I need Chapter 13 to spell things out for me a little easier (yes, TS – I am  a bit of a dimwit)
            http://eatyourserial.com/serial/on-the-cusp-of-the-earth/chapter-13-predeal/

          • TeamSeth

             Because my weird story will make SO MUCH more sense in this chapter… (shakes head) :)

            I get the Vegas thing. I mean, I don’t like Vegas at all, but I get what you mean.

          • MariaCecilia

            Okay, remind me to take Rob to Vegas, then…nowhere else!

          • TeamSeth

             Remember to take Rob ONLY to Vegas.

  • Anonymous

    A bowl of bright red shiny apples as you walk in the door :-)

    • Anonymous

      And if you can bounce it off your foot and catch it, you get a free Edward poster. 

      • MariaCecilia

        Those are rubber apples, though, which makes the concept of “bobbing for apples” that much more challenging…

  • tigerkitten36

    I went last year to Forks and had adventures with a bunches of ladies last September. It was a good time, I would do it again if I could swing it. Real life sucks sometimes can’t always run off to Forks and ditch grown up responsibility. Pbffft.

    There is a spot behind the chamber of commerce in Forks where you can go to the edge of the woods and pose like “Bella” lost in the woods in a fetal position. * not that I did that–I posed handcuffed on “Charlie’s” car

    • MariaCecilia

      Oooo, “handcuffed on Charlie’s car”? That sounds kinky. Billy Burke anywhere in sight at the time? Cardboard cutout at least?

      • tigerkitten36

        No billy there. I did tweet him and invited him to come to the elks lodge to hang out with us. He figured he was safer where he was instead of with us in Forks.
        Wait! There’s a Charlie/Billy Burke cut out? ****runs to amazon***

        • MariaCecilia

          Oh, I wish! ;-)

  • Alice Notanaddikt

    I there is an LTT trip I’m in!

  • Anonymous

    When I visited Forks, I was taken back by how affected the entire town is by Twilight. it almost now feels like a theme park. I know Twilight has helped the town’s economy but I say, too much, sir.

  • fangirl

    Twilight Museum of Natural History…really old bones of murdered Quileutes…early 20th century period costumes….stuffed grizzly and mountain lion specimens….ugly antique engagement ring…red, rusty truck with bulbous hood and SPDR MNKY vanity plates…large collection of moldy graduation gowns (but no caps)…..never before used tee-shirt quilt….bloody tree bark samples in glass case….small weathered tent frame with bits of hanging beige fabric….box of mismatched torn sneakers and jorts one with the markings “E Cullen is a cheese dick”…(WHAT ELSE WOULD BE IN THERE?)

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