Click on the linkage for the ritual script. Please be familiar with it. Kassie will have copies.
We will hold our Lughnasadh ritual at Green Canyon (19th north turns into green canyon) . At the gate after the parking lot and restrooms go 2.1 miles and you will reach our campsite.
Higher clearance vehicles are recommended or careful drivers ( I made it up in the corolla but it was slow going in some places)
Full rehearsal and ritual space clean up will be held the evening before on August 5th at 7:30 pm. All individuals with a working part please attend. Bring gloves, shovels, rakes and garbage bags.
All ritual attendees Please wear blue, bring flowers to make garlands and your own ritual offering if you like. Also please bring food to share with others and make sure they can survive the bumpy ride up. If needed Kassie will provide a camp stove so people can warm up food.
Attendees are WELCOME to camp after the ritual. There is plenty of space.
If you need a ride or want to follow us up, meet at the smith’s grocery at 400 n and 2nd east at 6:30 pm. Please be punctual.
||Saturday, August 6, 2011
Saturday July, 30th at 9 am we will hike the windcaves trail. If you need a ride let me know…if you need a camelback, let me know I have like…17 of them. below is a description of the trail. We will have pb&J’s and crackers and cheese to share with everyone at the top.
Length: 3 miles out and back
Description: This popular trail is on the north side of Logan Canyon and leads to a delicate triple arch and natural cave in a limestone outcropping.
Also known as the Witch’s Castle, this interesting formation provides a clear view of what’s called China Wall. Interpretive kiosks at the trailhead provide information about the trail, Wind Cave, bats found around the cave and rare plants in the canyon.
The hike starts about 5.3 miles up Logan Canyon National Scenic Byway, near the Guinavah-Malibu Campground. The trailhead is on the left side of the road as you are driving up-canyon. From there you hike up the ridge to the northwest, into the forest.
The cavern is about 1,000 feet above the highway and so the trail is fairly steep. It is well-marked and easy to follow. Just return the way you came up.
You heard right folks, we are getting our act together around here. We’ve decided to turn full moon rituals over to the membership and created a little kit to roam from home to home to help with those rituals.(check the event calender for who is hosting the ritual and when)
- 1 black altar cloth
- 2 metal candle holders
- 4 taper candles
- incense and burner
- salt, tobacco, whiskey
- offering bowls
(soon to be added are a small ritual knife and wand)
- If you use something up please replace it.
- If you don’t return it within the allotted time period Kassie gets to come after you with a big heavy stick and persuade you to give it back.
Please go to our membership page, review the requirements and click on the form link at the bottom and fill it out completely.
These are our records for 2011-2012 school year and it really helps us if you fill them out. Remember full membership is $10 this year to be paid to an officer as soon as possible. We will have t-shirts available soon for an additional cost. All membership fees go towards event/ritual costs and directly back to the membership.
We will also be doing fundraising events in the summer at the Cache Valley farmer’s market soon so stay tuned for details and announcements.
This is Sunday afternoon. figured we would have less people to contend with….
From 11 am to 12 pm
We will meet at the national forest sign. Dogs, kids and Friends welcome. we will walk up to 2nd dam…further if people want. It’s an easy hike. Let me know if you would like a ride. Bring water and a bit of a snack.