|Great Horned Owlets alert and vigil|
|Great Horned Owlets fed and asleep|
But even in our Camelot, we feel the fear, pain, suffering and the uncertainty of others. Many days our town looks like a ghost town, as restaurants and retail stores are all closed. We cannot ignore seeing the efforts of parents trying to provide their families with regular meals and shelter. Daily we see the unemployed, the hungry and homeless. More than any period in our lives, we live in a world of many trials and tribulations. We watch with trepidation as our little village tries to safely reopen and deal with the many that wish to visit. We hope for respect, kindness and compassion in this process but often find ourselves combing the trail with our litter picker and bucket.
We are witnessing a huge shift in consciousness toward the once simple way of daily living. Over the next year we will need to be fluid, creative and in a mental platform to embrace change. And with thoughtful preparation we are convinced that we will be up to the challenge. As each day winds down, we retire for the evening optimistic that all our combined love, faith and determination will reach a critical mass, empowering all of us to know these hard times will indeed pass.
At Waypoint 35.5836° N-121.1217° W