Axe Therapy ;-)

24 Mar 2017

So...what's Stenny up to now we're back in our forest?

Good simple healthy physical stuff!
Walking, pottering around in the forest around our little house, yoga ,making love, eating lotsa healthy fresh food and...
Practical things, like chopping firewood to dry for the winter!

Greenz and Health in Nature

Ps: fyi
all our wood is offcuts from trees with rotten bits... no Trees were killed for it...we get all this "unwanted" wood from our good friend Paul (who works with trees) to keep us warm

Where is my Mind?

18 Mar 2017

I was swimming in the Carribean

Animals were hiding behind the rocks

except the little fish... they told me... they tried to talk to me...

Where is my mind?


pic by Black Francis the Pixie

Forever Children we are Free!

10 Mar 2017

Elly, Jenny and Jessy the Nature Children in PapaNac's Garden

(Pagans of the Carribean part 4)

While spending time on Waitukubuli (aka the island of Dominica), we made many friends and visited as many locals as we could.

I was helping PapaNac to harvest plantain (bananas) and Dasheen root and stuff with a Machete in his "Garden"

(which is basically a piece of forest where everything that grows is edible in some way)

While Jenny at the same time, was singing songs and playing with his Kids


It's all about perspective

8 Mar 2017

Life comes in myriad forms, shapes and sizes...
Who are we to say what thoughts lie within the soul of this tiny Hermitcrab,
Does He look at us, as we look at Him?

Never underestimate the Others who inhabit our planet...
Always try to see the world through the eyes of another (like this miniscule squatter) and you'll discover that we actually inhabit many different ones at the same time


pic by Sic

Pagans of the Carribean

6 Mar 2017

I would like to give you a small impression of Stenny's trip to the Nature island of Waitukubuli
(aka: "Dominica")
So I thought it might be nice to show you some places and some people that we met while we were there ... people and places that made a big impression on us.
One of the greatest things about travelling is that you get to meet with special souls towards whom you feel a spiritual attraction (like YOU and US)

Like my friend "Toto" (Nearly all Dominicans have a nick-name they use instead of their "regular" tax-number name)

Home again :-)

3 Mar 2017

OK... so It's "slightly" colder than the tropics and the colours are a lot less vivid... but it's so great to see our "own" birdy friends in the forest again...the smell of the pines, the bite of the winds , actually all the natural world is home.

Our minds are still full of Coconuts,Crabs,CacaoPods and Carribean aswell as Jungle,Jump-ups ,Jetlag and Joints...

We Comin' down home the easy way... no stress... haven't touched a keyboard in over a month, i just touch my phonethingy once every few days... just chillin'


On our way back home...

28 Feb 2017

Thankyou to the Island of Dominica  for giving us a large portion of Nature, Peace and Love!
And thank YOU for supporting us and helping to make our adventure trips possible!
Now we begin the long journey from paradise back home to our own winter forest

Greenz and One Love!

Waitukubuli dreaming...

15 Feb 2017

The Force is strong here! There's really Nothing better than hiking through oodles of pure,vibrant life to charge up your Nature batteries!

Great for the legs and the cardio too ;-)

Tomorrow we leave the highland Rainforests where we're staying to experience the Atlantic coastregions of this magical 

Pagans of the Carribean!
Stenny on adventure


13 Feb 2017

New friends :-)

No matter where we go , it's always 
Easy to make new friends!
If you have Melon


Pic by Gandalf

Cheers from the Cannibal Islands!***

11 Feb 2017

One love!
Shaman SteveSic

***the word "Carribean" derives from the word Carib (a version of the word "cannibal") which is the name that Columbus used to describe all the people on these islands...
He did this because he was a dumb ,evil and ignorant Dickhead who brought death and destruction in the name of profits wherever he went.
History is seldom what you think it is. ;-)
It's about time the history books get changed to a more realistic point of view...