We made our annual drive out to Bodega Bay for Anne Hill's annual Beltane bash. This is the second year at a new place. Last year Corby cut a new Maypole. It warped a bit since we first used it last year but it still looks fine, just a slight bow in it. Victoria took lots of great photos that I'm sure she'll have on her site soon. In the meantime, I share these three:
An interesting shot of vibing the vibrating empowered
pole, shows my poppy tatts.
Monday, May 07, 2007
Beltane at Bodega Bay
Posted by Broomstick Chronicles at 2:01 PM
Labels: Beltane, Bodega Bay, Maypoles
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Beautiful pictures, Macha. I will download copies of them for myself! Corby was so helpful in bringing that tree up here last year, I can't thank him enough. This year, as I dressed and blessed the pole prior to the day, I realized that what I've needed these past two years was exactly that kind of energy: fast-growing, quick-rooting tree energy.
Now that I feel somewhat more grounded in my new life, I will put out the call to my friends living out in the woods for a redwood or doug fir that needs thinning, that I can work with to make a more permanent, non-warping, rot-resistant pole. This is a challenging climate for wood, and I want to always have such a joyous maypole dance at my house!
I love your poppy tattoo!
what a wonderful blog :)...many thanks, and blessings... Debbi Grenn
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