Celebrating Winter Solstice

Today is the December 21, the Winter Solstice.  For us in the northern hemisphere this is the shortest day of the year, least light, most darkness.  This day marks the start of Winter, the season of dormancy, darkness and cold.  But it also represents the coming of lighter, longer days. This is something we can [...]

Celebrating Winter Solstice2020-12-21T15:14:08-07:00

Full Pink Moon in April

While I would normally be guiding a full moon hike this Tuesday, instead I would like to share with you some great information about the significance of the full moon.  The start of the lunar cycle is new (no) moon, where we can not see the light being cast upon it by our sun.  As [...]

Full Pink Moon in April2020-04-07T09:32:55-06:00
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