“Chillin'” probably isn’t the right word since the North Country, only just recently recovering from a huge snow storm, is experiencing a bit of a heatwave. It was a rainy day, but several people from Northern Rivers took advantage of the break in winter weather and met up at a coffee house in Clayton, NY. We had a fabulous time chatting about ADF liturgy and planning our Imbolc rite. We even had a new person show up which was delightful!
After that, Weretoad, Bee, and I took a short walk along the St. Lawrence River. Higher temperatures aside, the river is still pretty frozen in places. We saw a remarkable crack running along a huge chunk of it. It would have made a fantastic photo had we brought our cameras. Oh well! Some things are better experienced than photographed, I guess. It felt wonderful to see the river again. It’s always like a homecoming. The air feels so clear…
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There are probably some things that are better experienced than photographed, but I never go anywhere without some form of camera–at the very least I have my cell phone’s camera. I love pictures and snap one every chance I get.
Your day out sounds lovely ❤
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