enjoy this eighth book from Ogma's Tale Of The Trees
my poem, the poem's mythology, growing and care, crafts, fuel in the hearth,
and the use of holly for celebration
coolest version, very fast to load and read
great to read on laptops, iPads and tablets
click for PDF version
slow loading but you can save to read later
good to read on tablets and mobile phones
perfect for iBooks, and Android readers, but
a bit clutsy to read on laptops and desktops
click for web site version
still great on desktops and laptops
but awkward for tablets and mobile phones
please donate to Bards In The Woods fund
small amount to help us with operating costs,
About Bards In The Woods ... click for web site
We meet on Sunday afternoons between March and end of October around Ireland, to help each other identify plants, trees, and wildlife. We share favourite poems and stories. There is quiet reflective time we call Boladh na Sióga, Bathing In The Fae's Breath. We also have fun sharing a picnic together. There is NO fee!
Bards In The Woods is our way to encourage people to be in our public forests more often to release stree and return to peace of mind.
Being present in the forests also returns us to our ancient forest culture and discourages "authorities" taking them away from us to develop for commercial gains.
What we do is not a religion, order or cult
There are no dogma, rituals or rules, aside from forest rules
It does costs money to reach people to encourage them to visit their woodlands again,
so please help us by pledging a donation
in return for these publications I produce from time to time.