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Wind-Up: Into the Summer Solstice -- and Into the Dry

In 1994, I came out of the “broom closet” to my family, telling them that I had been pagan since at least 1986.  We celebrated our first pagan sabbat that year — the Summer Solstice.   881 more words

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Anachronistically Yours,

I am not ancient.  But I am older than most of the folks with whom I interact on the internet.  I am into my 60’s now, although some very flattering people tell me I do not look at all 60-ish.   1,982 more words

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The Week That Wasn't - But Coming Up Roses

The summer solstice approaches.  In view of the low snow pack and the lack of rain and the rising temperatures, my fingers are crossed that we will be… 326 more words

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Monday Memorial Day Thoughts -- on Soldiers and Warriors

Yes, I will be using the barbecue grill for supper tonight.  Does that mean I consider this holiday no more than a day off?  In good weather?   1,529 more words

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Thank You, Richard! (I Think....)

I took this quiz, while waiting on someone before I went out to garden.

It says I am an agnostic pantheist.  Yeah, well, ok, or a polydeist (a category the quiz lacked, btw), or a humanistic/naturalistic pagan.   179 more words

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Cedar Cathedral - With Flying Buttress

We didn’t even make it the five miles back to Kalaloch Beach before we pulled off the road as the sun rose higher over the forest and the temperature climbed towards an unheard of May temp of 80 degrees.   617 more words

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Fire At Will Post -- Good Will For Hero Hunting: And, Let's Play Battleship

Nepal has had another huge quake, as I am sure you all know.  And amongst the many things lost and being sought for is a US Marine helicopter that was out flying aid to villages hard hit by the… 188 more words

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