Thank you so much to everyone who took part in this adventure. We are taking rest for the winter in the west. The gratitude I feel for each helping soul I met along this road. My flame of inspiration is continuously lit by the kindness of friends and strangers.
Go raibh míle maithagat for the cups of tea, the brown bread and butter, the vegetables, jumpers, raw milk, mushrooms, crystals, incense, shoes, pots of stew, hats, gloves, honey, scones, venison, rabbit, poetry, songs, herbs, oil, blankets, sleeping bag, beds, caravan, mobile home, wooly skirt, Japanese tea, cream, sticks, turf, pots, love, welcomes, trust, stories, truth, respect. I am humbled to know such Devine beings. I am blessed to be able to walk with you. May the winter bring deep warmth and healing to you all. We will keep you updated on gatherings over the winter and be back on the road when the days grow long and the side invite us to wander x
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