Chillin’ in Clayton with My Grovies

“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…

Published by M. A. Phillips

An author and Druid living in Northern NY.

One thought on “Chillin’ in Clayton with My Grovies

  1. 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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