The Elder Tree
I went to the grove of the trees where the elder tree stands. I was sitting on a fallen tree trunk and a red squirrel climbed upon the other end and looked at me for a short period of time before scampering off. It was a beautiful moment of connection
I loved walking the grounds and seeing the wildlife—the eagles, water, deer, and everything. Very beautiful.
On a walk I found a lovely gingko tree that made my day.
I was sitting in the woods and heard one single leaf land on the ground. How alert my senses were!
The spirit of the wind invigorated me as did the many views of the water. There were precious outdoor places for reflection as well as many different rooms inside.
We had an outdoor campfire. It was beautiful. We had a chance to talk about family, love, politics, and our hopes for the future.
Charlson Meadows allowed our group to relax together I a beautiful space. This contributed to a great deal of quality work. Actually, we achieved more than I had planned and moved our future plans forward in a deeper way.
I enjoyed laughing with my colleagues, listening to good music on the Bose and dancing!
What a fabulous revitalizing space you have! Thank you for generously sharing it with us for our productive meeting.
This place is lively and magical. I absolutely love being surrounded by this land and the gorgeous facility.
We laughed and had fun. I felt nourished and nurtured.
It was wonderful to be out of the urban landscape and in a place with nature surrounding me. All the windows allow the beauty of nature in, especially important in the winter.