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New Growth

Spring is officially here. Our daylight is now longer than our darkness.  With the changes of the seasons comes a change in attitudes and perceptions.  We spent the winter months holed up in our quiet spaces, enjoying our introspection and we went through periods of spiritual hibernation & physical slumber.   1,261 more words

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What to do on Ostara?

The cornerstones of Ostara are growth and balance.  This sabbat represents the rekindling of life within the Earth and the renewal of fertility of our spiritual selves. 832 more words

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Peninsula Pagan Community

Welcome to the budding blog for Peninsula Pagans. This is intended as a fun and informative way to dispense information to those of the pagan path on the Kenai Peninsula of Alaska. 120 more words

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Wildlife of Kenai Peninsula by — Jet Eliot

Alaska is definitely on my “Road Trip Bucket List!”  I hope you enjoy this read as much as I did.  -Bill

Amid the craggy mountains and massive icefields of Alaska rests the Kenai Peninsula extending approximately 150 miles (240 km) into the Gulf of Alaska.

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Bikepacking Trails of the Kenai Peninsula

   When Lisa and I were planning our Alaska trip, one of the must do’s on our list was to check out the bikepacking routes on the Kenai Peninsula, specifically Resurrection Pass, Russian Lakes Trail, and Johnson Pass. 1,236 more words

Bicycle Touring