Friends and supporters of ISA gathered at 7,800 feet up Mt. Lemmon for an overnight Full Moon campout. It was fun, filled with shamanic ideas, and darn cold! A cold snap moved in, so we desert dwellers went from 95 degrees to 25 degrees. Snow flakes even fell, for a minute or two.
We told stories of Free Spirits, welcomed far away travelers, and drummed around our warming fire. We prepared for future gatherings, raised money for ISA expenses, and had an opportunity to test our ‘cold weather’ gear.
Thanks to all who visited our mountain site, and to all who couldn’t make it this time…we look forward to the next outing, at a much lower elevation!