Tuesday 18 October 2016

Back Home After Creating Fabulous Memories - Week Forty-One

in Kagawong on Manitoulin Island

The Festival's theme this year was Walking
which struck me as more than a coincidence
considering Judy has been healing from her
broken leg since the late Spring.

Judy, Margi and Val beneath the trees where everything began.
The white wrapped sections represent Judy's steps
and the colourful flags in between show the length of her stride.

We laid it beside a river
where salmon were running
....just perfect....

It skirted a mighty rock....

and climbed a hill.
It looked beautiful
and it rained overnight
which made it even more beautiful
for Judy's talk the next morning.

Fungus grew on trees along the pathway

Fungus with delicate underbellies.

And we found evidence that fairies live in this magical place too.

Kagawong means "mists rising from falling water" in the Ojibwe language.
Val, Margi and I were so pleased to be there
to help Judy install and just be there for her.


  1. Thank you for writing so beautifully about the luminous halo path, Penny. xox

  2. And what wonderful falling water! Quite beautiful!

  3. A fine representation of Judy's pathway. I really like both. Hers and yours.

    Fungi....how does it DO that? I wonder about so many things Mother Nature creates.

  4. Yes, poetic and refreshing.

  5. How lovely to share this event with Judy & your friends ~ to see first hand the creative work of Judy's would be amazing!

  6. What a beautiful, beautiful post.

  7. What a beautiful, beautiful post.

  8. love your thread crumb offering


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