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The Beauty of the Oregon Coast – What Luck! June 27, 2010

Filed under: Faerie Dust & Whimsy,Mother Nature — Faerie Magic @ 9:00 pm

      Great joy and fortune have been bestowed upon our faeries yet again and we feel so grateful for having these opportunities presented to us.  The Faerie Folk of Tucson received the chance to head to Oregon this past week with my beloved friend, Phillip.  Phillip, whose family is of the Indigenous People’s of Oregon, was also honored last year by the Sonoran Desert Kingdom of Faerie with his own family faerie name (which he says he is allowed to share with the world) – Grey-Blue Pooling Hair.  Phillip, who truely is on a big trip of his own to Oregon, honored the

Phillip - Grey-Blue Pooling Hair

request of the faeries to travel with him back to Oregon so that they could visit their faerie relatives on the sea coast.  Upon their arrival to the cliffs, caves and coast, the desert faeries were welcome with open arms by their mermaid cousins (who in the photos happen to look like sea lions).  The mer-people like to come ashore from time to time to bask in the sun and hang out on the rocks but are afraid of being persecuted.  The will often shape-shift into sea lions to disguise themselves so as not to be disturbed by curious passer-bys.  Our wonderful friend, Phillip a.k.a. Grey-Blue Pooling Hair, took the desert faerie folk on their own private tour of the beach, the sacred cave dwellings and shared the vast secrets of the waters surrounding the coastal region.  Many of these secrets I am not at liberty to share with human folk as of yet (& not because I don’t want to but mainly because not even I was allowed access to this information … not quite yet).

The Mer-People of Oregon Shapeshifted into Sea Lions

     The faeries, Wink and Hop, plunged eagerly into the water, splashing and singing inviting the other sea creatures to galavant.  Phillip quickly had to come to their rescue and teach them that the sea salt in the water will weigh down their wings and pull them under.  He taught them that the friendly Sea Horse family would carry them through the water on their backs so that they wouldn’t drown.  These faeries of the desert thank goodness are looked after their friends.  It is quite exhausting worrying about what mischief they will be up to.  However, Belle, does keep me well informed (maybe too well sometimes) about the activities of her fellow faerie clan members.

    Once again we thank Phillip, Grey-Blue Pooling Hair, of the Indigenous Home of Oregon and his family for hosting our Desert Faerie Clan Folk.  He is a wonderful sponsor and mentor to us. And not least of all a great honor to his own family.

   Thank you Phillip!


(Written words by:  Shannon Sullivan

  Photos courtesy of:  Phillip

  Adventures by:  S.D.F.D.C. – Sonoran Desert Faerie Dust Clan)


2 Responses to “The Beauty of the Oregon Coast – What Luck!”

  1. milkfever Says:

    Wow, I can’t believe how beautiful that place looks. Wish I was there. 🙂

  2. faeriemagic Says:

    I wish I were there as well. I create the faerie dust with my faerie friends and gift them to human friends who are travelling to other locations. That way the faeries get to rode trip everywhere. Maybe one day I will get to follow in their footsteps! 😉 For now I am happy making others happy getting to see other worlds and spreading the love of the Tucson Sonoran Desert Faerie Magic to other parts of the world. So far they have travelled to Colorado, Washington, New Mexico, Ireland (waiting their return with pictures … soon to come), Oregon, Nebraska and Kentucky (pictures to come on that trip as well which is currently under way)!

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