Tag: druid

The Stream By finnchuill

I’m sitting on a bench, happy that the stream that has been dry lately, except for a few diminishing pools, the last hideout for the frogs, has water again. I met this stream last year, just about a year ago, and since walk along the […]

Searching For The Oldest Tree In The Forest by Erin Rose

I’m a city kid, born and raised in San Francisco. I’m also a Druid, and while I love the urban forest, there are times when I just have to get off the pavement and into the woods! Here in the Bay Area we are blessed […]

Local Druidry by Erin Rose

Druids are hard to find out here in California. We’re scattered as solitaries, or in small, close-knit groups. Are there really so few of us, or is it that we multi-task, participating in many traditions? I know that for me, Druidry is currently the  main […]

The Gates Of The Future by Erin Rose

Blossom Rock was cut down to size a century before I was born. The primeval redwoods that kept ships from splitting their bottoms open on it were cut down around the same time. Click the link to read the rest of the piece.