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“Let’s… February 19, 2012

Filed under: Uncategorized,Yards Creek (CREEK) — baker Blinker @ 8:54 am

… just talk to Hucka D. briefly tonight. It’s Saturday night after all. Hucka?”

Hucka D.:

Here. With beer. Just kidding.

bb:

Too late for beer, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Too early[ you mean].

bb:

Amazing new discoveries on TILE Creek, Hucka D. And this *has* become TILE Creek again — no doubt about it, really.

Hucka D. (reinforcing):

No doubt.

bb:

Any thoughts tonight on this?

Hucka D.:

You have found the center. You have found Carcassonne.

bb:

The ancient community.

Hucka D.:

You did not realize before that the energy of TILE Creek is strongest just [up from] the reservoir. It was hidden from you before. A surprise for you to unwrap at this time and this place. Happy birthday baker b. (!)

bb:

Well, it’s not my birthday but thanks anyway. It’s a great present, whatever the occasion.

Hucka D. (reinforcing again):

It’s your birthday.

bb:

Well… not really. At all, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

You saw me again today. In Michaels. You should have taken a picture.

bb:

I should have (!)

Hucka D.:

Well… is that it?

bb:

I have so much more to ask about Carcassonne, then.

Hucka D.:

Most will have to wait. You should make a map[ soon].

bb:

I shall.

Hucka D.:

Michaels is a suburb of Carcassonne in future time. Feel it.

bb:

I will.

Hucka D.:

The creek spoke to you today. It has memory. More memory toward the mouth than the source. It can tell you about the carcass at the source. It can tell you the story. It is TILE Creek still and not [mere] Yards Creek. At all. It still is sacred. Super sacred. You will go back and listen to the creek at the[ hemlock] trees. There’s the King and Queen, but also the Prince and Princesses now. Twin Princesses. At Twinsity you will talk to the trees through the creek. Where you laid down for a rest today with your wet shoes and socks. The creek knocked you back into itself. You’re all wet, and so forth. Lay down. Talk to me. You need healing. I can heal[ and so forth].

bb:

I sensed a blue, magenta and yellow energies penetrating me, needing removal. Can the creek remove?

Hucka. D.:

Yes (!) You must become the creek[ though]. (pause)

bb:

I can’t do that right now.

Hucka D. (quickly):

No.

bb:

But sometime.

Hucka D.:

You simply must. It is The One.

bb:

I’ll certainly think of all this further. Thank you.

Hucka D.:

Good night and enjoy the Sunday snow.

bb:

Thanks!

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TILE Creek Again (Double Meaning)…

Filed under: Herman/Frank Parks (rl parks),Yards Creek (CREEK) — baker Blinker @ 2:45 am

Phase 2 of my exploration of TILE Creek weekend before last uncovered the dark, mysterious Hidden Island, unknown about before because, well, basically the dark, mysterious quality is to blame for that, I suppose. Admittedly its not a classically shaped island, with the secondary stream branching off from the first stream to form the island itself starting out with a strong enough flow, but then kind of spreading out toward the end to make more of a little bog. Still, there was a definite water flow from this lesser stream back into the main part of TILE Creek at this point, and I assume in rainier times the island will be much more defined as such.

I plan to go back soon, perhaps this coming weekend, when I’ll map out more of its overall topography.

The bank pictured below is opposite the south side of the island. More interesting in person, admittedly, and I apologize again for the quality of some of these photos.

Here we have about the only real clear space on the island, on the southern side once more and near the bank pictured above. Could be the site of an ancient toy avatar village? I think it has to be.

Here’s where that secondary stream meets the primary stream again, forming Hidden Island by closing the loop.

What one could call a legitimate waterfall just upstream from where the above picture was snapped. Probably will call this Hidden Falls.

Interesting cracked rocks on the edge of the island just below this waterfall.

A “natural bridge” across the secondary stream forming the island. There are several such bridges in the immediate area — again more text/photos will be forthcoming soon enough.

The secondary steam closer to the place where it branches off from TILE Creek proper.

Then moving downstream and away from Hidden Island, we come to an interesting cluster of giant hemlocks already discussed in this blog a bit, or at least what may be the largest of these has already been given a name here: King Tree or King Hemlock.

Related wikipedia article on these kind of hemlocks here.

Several more of the cluster have been given names now, including the (Red) Queen pictured below, only a little less high than the accompanying King and sitting about 20 meters upstream from this perceived mate.

We also have now a Prince Tree, and also these two “twinned” trees which I have dubbed the Twin Princesses or perhaps the Twin Duchesses. They’re obviously twins in my eyes whatever the final appelation turns out to be. This day I rested my weary body in an open area next to TILE Creek while leaning against the base of one of ’em, and received what appeared to be important seeming messages from TILE itself — vague but definitely present. I’m formulating the theory that the hemlock trees in this royal family, if you will, 6 or perhaps 7 in number, are also related to this spirit-in-the-water.

King Hemlock from the banks of TILE Creek.