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An Encounter With Vulpes Vulpes In London: Nature In An Urban Environment

Last night was one of those evenings where it occurred to me that I had been sedentary for far to long.

It was approaching midnight, and I had emailed a few urgent emails, completed a liturgy for an upcoming handfasting of two wonderful people, had watched the football on tv, and had just picked up a book to read. 1,590 more words


The Crane Bag: Audiobook!

Coming out on 1st July (Canada Day!) will be the audiobook version of The Crane Bag: A Druid’s Guide to Ritual Tools and Practices. Here’s a little sneak preview…


"The Provocations of Now"

The title for this post comes from a line in a recent column in the UK paper The Guardian. (I routinely skim the foreign press both as an escape from the breathless hyper-partisanship of U.S. 941 more words


Leftovers in the Druid Kitchen

Has that happened to you? You have bought this gigantic container of baby spinach leaves or arugula for that one fancy salad or as a garnish for a meal you made for your friends on the weekend. 556 more words


Druidic Parenting - a review of Radical Unschooling by Dana Martin

I cam across this book recently, courtesy of a a housemate who is heading off travelling and been offloading the contents of his bookshelves.  I’m a big fan of free books and this was of interest because I’m intending to home educate little monster until she is at least 7.  1,040 more words


Summer Solstice and Ways to Celebrate

June 21 – June 22

Also called Alban Hefin or Midsummer in Welsh which means “the light of summer”.


The summer solstice is a very ancient and special time when the sun is at it’s peak and again, likely one of the oldest celebrations on earth. 801 more words


The Ancient Druidic Practice of Walking the Dog

A couple of months ago, my partner and I got a dog.  It’s the first time I’ve had a dog since I was a teenager.  It’s the first time I’ve lived with a dog.   251 more words