“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.Continue reading “Chillin’ in Clayton with My Grovies”
Check out this amazing video from Jonathan Bird’s Blue World. It’s all about environmental efforts to help one of my favorite fish – the sturgeon – in the St. Lawrence River. Included is the first ever footage of them mating in a manmade spawning bed in the region! Things like this give me hope, andContinue reading “Northern NY Nature Spirits: Sturgeon in the St. Lawrence River”
I just saw a river otter in the wild at Alex Bay. That just made my month.
Sometimes, I ponder my path in relation to my location and nationality. There are times when I can’t help but wonder if my Druidism is somehow “less connected” than if I were actually living in Ireland, Scotland, England, Cornwall, etc… Am I less connected to the Tuatha de Danann who are so intimately intertwined withContinue reading “Living Druidism as an American”
Today, the Watertown Daily times reported that there’s going to be a haunted walk in historic Sackets Harbor! Based on actual ghost stories from the area, local drama students will lead guests through the streets by lantern. It’s supposed to be a similar experience to the Haunted Walks in Ottawa and Kingston. Considering that thereContinue reading “A Local Haunt!”