I really enjoyed this documentary. It explores the beliefs in faery in Scotland amongst other places. There are many faery places around Inverness and it feels very special to visit them. Fairy Glen seems to me one of the most enchanted faery spots around here:
Although with faery, as with UFOs and many other strangeness, you are supposed to never see them if you search for them, I think that a little evocation and some brownies could go a long way to help. Anyone fancy walk in the glen in search of faery? Bring small coins to put in the tree!!!
Our second strolling moot, again in Craig Phadrig forest, saw the same three of us participating as for the first strolling moot at the Spring Equinox. This time we met for Earth day. As we strolled through the forest, our discussion covered such subjects as a particularly lovely beech tree, contact with ghosts and ancestors, premonitions of death, strange dreams.
This time instead of going up to the top to the Pictish hill fort, we circled round to the grass clearing above Balnafettack Crescent that offers a superb view of Inverness. As we arrived there a rainbow appeared to rise from the faery hill of Tomnahurich. We decided that Tomnahurich Hill might be a good location for a future strolling moot.