A Brief Life Story of Barack O’Mama

061215_GoogleThe morning was early, and slightly misty. I found Google Mama wandering in a secluded manzanita grove. She was moaning quietly, very focussed, laying down, standing up, pacing. The calf we’d been waiting for, her fourth, was nearly here.

With one important chore still to do, I looked her in the eyes, and whispered, “I’ll be right back, Google. If you want me sooner, just let me know. I’ll come!” Continue reading

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New Video

DSC_88021World Camel Day – June 22. This annual day of recognition, internationally showcases the camel as a beast of burden – a source of meat, milk, wool and other necessities.

The Sacred Camel Gardens joins this celebration, representing camels’ full sentience, intrinsic worthiness, intelligence, and beauty. The video below (both on YouTube and Vimeo – if YouTube is blocked) celebrates the true, sacred, nature of camels, horses, goats, fish, deer, turkeys, dogs, mountains, clouds, trees, and humans… Continue reading

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Like No Other

1978807_683277355074331_6107520404781294497_nThe Sacred Camel Gardens is like no other place on Earth.

Nowhere else are camels so fully regarded and respected, simply for who they are.

We don’t consider them lesser, or greater, than we are. Looking into the eyes of anyone, it’s clear that, at heart, we’re all the same. Continue reading

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Thanks, Nancy !

img-thingSeveral weeks after the great Valley Fire in 2015, concerned friend of the Camel Gardens, Nancy Langdon, visited with her husband. She simply wanted to connect with what had happened. While here, Nancy quietly built a little flower garden in the wreckage and ash left by the raging fire. Continue reading

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Visit from The Learning House

DSC_91681Last week nearly 40 pre-schoolers from “The Learning House”, along with teachers and parents, visited the camels on two consecutive mornings. In preparation they had been learning about camels all week, including perusing our website at home and in school. Continue reading

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Essential Oils & Camels

Last month I traveled to Monah, Utah, for a two day conference to learn about, in more depth, the application of essential oils in animal care and healing.lavander Continue reading

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PG&E Visit

#014fireFollowing the several large Lake County (CA) fires in 2015 the Pacific Gas and Electric Company this last week did an ‘on-site’ educational seminar for about 40 members of their staff. The purpose of this was to Continue reading

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Camels and Spring Flowers

camels cavorting through California flowers… Continue reading
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Recent Days

a few photos – spring 2016

12900974_1032214656847264_7906636172786022675_oBaraka out wandering in the sticks (post fire) Continue reading

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Spring Floods

Last week the camel pastures flooded several times, when the small seasonal creek over-flowed its banks spilling out across the green fields, leaving stranded fish behind as it subsided… we’re happy for the life-giving rains… here are some photos of some of the flooding, caught as water levels were falling after one of the floods…

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Sacred Camel Herd Update

12222010_81035_0Since the Valley Fire we’ve gradually been getting back to normal here, drawing from the experience and lessons of the fire, intent on taking Adi Da’s Sacred Camel Herd forward into the future as one of His Living Expressions of Compassion and Heart Instruction. Continue reading

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Body-Work for Animals & Humans

Muffin Hump HandsDeveloped in New Zealand in recent years there is a new, very effective, form of therapeutic body-work for humans as well as animals, for anyone with a skeleton ! Continue reading

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