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To celebrate the burgeoning life of our favorite park and Michigan in general, we revisted Wildhorn Rock and the place I now call Flowersong Crest (the hilly area being named for the abundant flowers, the constant sounds of birds and frogs, and its position in the southern part of the park’s overall Celtic medicine wheel as described in the Settling of the Manor of Tara), gathering flowers and burning offerings to Cernunnos (the predominant spirit of Wildhorn Rock) and other spirits of place for the continued fecundity and fertility of the surrounding lands.

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