We arose two hours earlier than usual in order to have time for driving on bad roads on our way home, and it was good that we did so, as we got home in time to have a restful evening and get our gear stowed here at Camelot. There was a bit of snow on the roads but no real problem, thank heavens, and we had a fine trip. Hawks continued to accompany us: Jim’s total at the end of the trip was 179, a record by quite a bit. And we can count one more: I saw a road sign for a town called Hawk! Make that 180.
It was wonderful to be home! The kitty cats greeted us and we spent a most affectionate suppertime enjoying life with cats again! They make a good bit of difference in one’s environment, with their sweet ways and loving salutations.
Mick offered the closing prayer at the Gaia Meditation tonight. Then we played together in the fields of the Lord, exchanging energy with much joy and thanksgiving, before bedtime.