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Wild Camping

This is a really good article from Walk Highlands … Wild Camp 101 – choosing a site, getting comfy, staying clean

Introvert Wisdom on Being Yourself

This is a good article but, for me, it doesn’t stress one point that I find invaluable both for myself and for working with people … be yourself! Most people have an inner critic and usually it’s somewhat out of… Continue Reading →

Cat Scramble podcast

Cat Scramble – a solitary walk on Exmoor. Some of you will have heard this before but I think … think … I might just be getting the hang of podcasting via my website! Don’t hold your breath but please… Continue Reading →


Wind striding up the garden path Stalking the daffodils and making them shiver Tossing flowerpots out of the tub Shaking the poplar branches and strewing crimson flowers on the path

Life … spring 2016

Life comes stealing softly on the breeze It comes on a moonbeam peeking through the window It comes on the scent of new earth and a fox’s passing It comes in the song of a bird and the call of… Continue Reading →

The Lady of the Stars

Spring Song from Kathryn Byrd I am the lamb That makes all your spring days fun And I am the heat that turns your face to the sun I AM THE light that through the darkness night will find you… Continue Reading →

Cat & Stars & Universe

Purrrrrrfick …

Book review

Trees of the Goddess Danni Niles’ review … I enjoy her style :-). As Nimue Brown says, she does great reviews. As a writer I find what she says very useful and helpful, and its fascinating hearing someone else on… Continue Reading →

Trees for Life: Rewilding Grove

I’ve just written a wee story for Trees for Life … this is part of it … More dreams come to you. This time they begin with a long deep howl. Straightway it’s answered, and answered again and again. Your… Continue Reading →

Imbolc, Calleach and Groundhogs

A lovely way of working for Imbolc that connects our old British stories with American ways by Nancy Lankeston who I’m looking forward to working with in May 🙂 The idea of waiting and watching for the first inkling of… Continue Reading →

Pieces of 8: by Kathryn Byrd

A beautiful poem by Kathryn Byrd … and all the pictures are by Kathryn too 🙂 Fester Frog had left his swamp That was dying and so ill He walked to the Bakers House On top of Highcleare Hill “Please… Continue Reading →

Owl Woman: reading by Elen Sentier

The first chapter of Owl Woman … just a taster :-). Let me know if you like it.  

Fairy Stories are Very Ancient

Like I’ve been banging on about all my life :-), now science has found a way to prove it … and thanks to Suzi Crockford for pointing this article out. Fairy tales like Beauty and the Beast can be traced… Continue Reading →

Irish-American Witchcraft: My American Imbolc

Good blog from fellow author Morgan Daimler. It’s really nice to know the traditions are continuing anf growing around the world. Imbolc  is a pretty big holiday for my family and one of the most involved. It’s also my oldest… Continue Reading →

Cairns in Britain

From what I know cairns have been built by peoples all over the world for probably hundreds of thousands of years, perhaps as long as humans have been on Planet Earth, after all their not rocket science to build. They… Continue Reading →

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