This be a dedication to one Zabyth who writes some of the most eloquent animistic poetry and captures truly ethereal photo relics for her gossamerwingzz.com wordpress. A supporter of atwa and this planting project. In the township of Witherslack, reputed to be the last refuge of the English Wolfe, is a reconverted sheep pasturage, now grown over in patches with Gorse or Furze, a young forest now spreads its roots, planted from my hands, in gift.
465 Oaks, 250 Birches, 250 Geans (Cherry), 252 Hazels, 125 Hawthornes, 150 Crab Apples, 75 Willows, 150 Alders, 50 Aspens, 40 Hollys, and 20 Yews.
Still yet I will put in my roots for another month when I return from the greater Europa and Africa, and do a little more in Scotland where the trees are missing. It puts me just over the crest ov a good number of 150,097 thousand trees returned to the world.
ALL THE WAY ALIVE