Category Archives: Canada

Put the eagle feather which I found in Canada on my altar. Never forget the sacred water healing which we did at the Michipicoten tribal fire. Shiver under the frigid river water pouring over my warm body, all of it. Hear the sound Evelyn made as it drenched her. Remember the taste of tobacco smokeContinue Reading

Previously published on Medium.com When I was ten, I began to travel by myself. I was independent and rarely got homesick. For some reason, I very much enjoyed taking the Greyhound Bus from New Jersey to Toronto. My parents footed the bill for me to take the bus when it was their idea, but IContinue Reading

Between the ages of ten and fourteen, I attended a fundamentalist Christian sleep-away camp where my mother went when she was a girl. It was two hours north of Toronto in in town called Huntsville on Mary Lake. This is the cottage country of the Toronto area — lakes abound and there is beautiful scenery.Continue Reading