first day back in the spring forrest dwellers program ! Happy to see new faces and rejoin with the old ones and be back on this special land
nature table ! With lots of interpretive stuff and traditional crafting
another fellow rock enthusiast ! Sasha showed us this geode he discovered while cracking open this rock from the Okanagan . I shared mine from the shores of eastern Scotland . An old pyrite , that looks like something from the bronze /Iron age and may have been used in fire making
animal forms ! Learning to walk like a fox , and being invisible camflogued n silent light walkers of the woods .
mmmmmmm my favourite arbutus grooove
singing 🎼🎼🎼🎼humble yourself ....ya gotta get down low ...humble yourself ....before the rock , ya gotta know what he knows , and we shall lift each other up ... higher n higher ....🎼🎼🎼
making our agreements - to respect each other , the land , and ourselves . And to bring our best selves forward !
lunch break ! Found a new sweet sit spot
. ummmmmm yummmm. Arbutus bark , fur and cedar tips, and licorice fern root. Delish!
ending the day in circle drawing our new Nature Names ! I guess I'm bobcat for the season ❤ sitting amongst foxglove, arbutus , great horned owl , blue camas , moonsnail and even a yellow jacket somewhere in there ! Very greatful to be apart of this program for my second year. It's as nourishing for me as it is for the children 😇