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On the 12th of March I had the wonderful pleasure of Blessings waters in the Watershed of Mt Agamenticus.  This is the York River where I call home just across the river from here.


The first stop I was called to was the Piscataqua River in Eliot and I parked right next to these beautiful Birch trees.


Here is where I gave the first blessing and poured water that had been gathering prayers and intentions for healing and releasing since the New Moon.


Next I traveled to the Cape Neddick River which has suffered from some bacterial infections during the summers. Once again offering Prayers and Blessed Water.


Here I arrived at the mouth of that river where it meets the Atlantic Ocean and the next Blessing with some help from a few winged friends  celebrating a day at the beach.


Here we see the rocks as they enter the ocean at what is called Nubble Light. The cold wind is making the clarity of my purpose even more poignant as I once again offer Blessings.


At Long Sands Beach this small stream crosses under the street without much notice. Yet this past Summer we had a drought and there was no water to be seen here at all.


As you can see on the other side it shows its happiness here on Long Sands Beach. Once again another Blessing and offering of water was shared in gratitude for the abundance which flows again.

This is a view of York Harbor Beach from the hill and park above it. It is a part of the charm of a small yet quiet beach which graces the shoreline of York Maine. Especially in the Winter months.


Here is where the York River enters the Atlantic Ocean about 5 miles downstream from the first picture across from where I live.

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The last Blessing of this journey was at the town line of York and Kittery Maine. This is the marshland which opens out to Brave Boat Harbor and was called to at the last moment for the completion of this Blessing Adventure.

Hope you enjoyed it as much as I did in doing it.
I remind everyone that we each need to take a moment and Bless Our Waters.

Peace, Light and Love