I am listening to the vibrations on this land and possibly the echoes of the people who lived here, surely more in tune and gentler with this land than I am. So on Indigenous Peoples' Day 2018 I pause before I continue on a journey to learn more. This photo was taken at a campground named La Wis Wis after an Indigenous Princess - that is all I know now. There is so much I can learn and so much I will never know about the stories of this land the people who lived here long before there was a Washington State or a United States or an America. These trees, possibly second growth are so tall, so magestic and they sprout out of this incredibly fertile soil, so many of them "nursing" on logs that have fallen.
I came to La Wis Wis thinking I would I take lots of pictures of my friends and nature but I just wanted to sit and walk and absorb some of the #incredibleenergy of this place.
Thank you for speaking to me and now it is up to me what action or actions I can take with respect to move forward in the many healing journeys we must all travel if we want to thrive.
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