Autumn’s Warm Embrace ~ A Magickal Day at Fallen Leaf Lake & Lake Tahoe
Yesterday was a stunning and enchanted day as we ventured half way around Lake Tahoe, had lunch in our old home of Incline Village, discovered a new bakery with vegan brownies and cupcakes, explored the area, communed with our favorite ancient rocks where we dipped our feet in the crystal liquid, spread some of Joy’s and Nestor’s ashes, set intentions, and napped in the sun, and ended with a late afternoon hike around Fallen Leaf Lake at the perfect glow of day just before and as the sun went to sleep behind the mountain, which was absolutely magickal.
I even found a giant naturally carved magick sword at the lake’s edge, which was massively heavy, although I managed to pick it up feeling myself back in Arthurian times and reminding me of the Sword in the Stone legend.
Had Merlin left it for me? Or had the Lady of the Lake offered Excalibur to someone who would know it for what it was?
I giggled with joking seriousness to Dave, “does this mean I’ve reclaimed my power?”
I hope you enjoy an Autumn immersion and visual walk through the beauty of our day.
Posted on October 9, 2016, in Uncategorized and tagged arthurian legend, autumn, excalibur, fall beauty, magick, nature, sword in the stone. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.
SOOOOOOOOOOO trans-formative…and you could be mistaken for a mermaid 😉
aw thank you sherry!! must be the pisces in me ❤