Spriggans of Light: A Pilgrimage from Carn Lês Boel to Come to Good.

About half-way through a recent 6-day pilgrimage, (lead by Richard Dealler of Mary/Michael Pilgrims Way), I learnt a new word.  Spriggan.   It was used by our overnight camping host and transformational healer, Annie Turner, to describe the sparks of light coming from the fire in the pit, a warm and welcoming focal point for…

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Boscawen-un Stone Circle (SW 412 274)

On Sunday morning, we joined up with West Cornwall Dowsers to take a look at Boscawen-un Stone Circle and Creeg Tol. A small group of about 10 of us gathered at the pre-arranged, rendevous point at the kissing gate beside the A30.  As we waited for Bart (O’Farrell) to arrive, when he didn’t show up…

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All Washed Up

The recent storms and high tides have dumped a veritable bounty of ‘rubbish’ on the high tide line at Longrock, our nearest dog-walking beach.  Evidence of casualties litter the sand, not only birds feathers and fish carcasses but I also  counted at least 8 odd shoes washed up in a short span of beach alone…

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