BEAVER MOON(S) 2013
Beaver Moon is named thus for a very obvious reason: during this time of year, beavers are hard at work building their dams and preparing for the onset of winter. Generally, we use this opportunity to abuse the name of this Moon by turning it into a double entendre. This year, we are offering our traditionally sleazy interpretation, plus a vision of Beaver Moon presented in a serious light.
BEAVER MOON II
This is the scent of thick branches of maple, quaking aspen, and willow held together by river mud, a feast of sedge and water lilies, and the first quiet breath of winter's night flowing over warm brown fur.