Recorded in Franklin County, North Carolina at the ordination site of my oldest known ancestor on my Father’s Fathers line, I wrestle with the welcoming I feel from the land and the anger I feel about the exploitive and abusive energy I feel on the line.
Notice in the picture how worn down the gravestones are. Makes me realize that "written in stone" does not mean something's permanent. Stone wears down. The second segment delves into this and I recall a conversation I had with the stones at Burney Falls, CA.
Wytchy Ways podcast explores travels in a minivan camper as well as my personal journey to unlock forgotten wytchy ways of being in a world that's long taught us to be separated from our bodies, our souls, the world around us, and the other-than-humans that we share it with.
Soundscape in intro/outro recorded and produced by Mike Blair of Glenwood Crowe