Kawashaway - a sanctuary deep in the woods

Kawashaway" is an Ojibwe word said to mean "a spirit land - no place between". We feel that the place is special, that it bridges the spiritual and physical worlds. It is where bodies and spirits meet and commingle. The heavily wooded Sanctuary, on a lake in Superior National Forest, is a wild and rustic land which is home to bears, wolves and loons, pines and firs, moose, squirrels, wildflowers, Barbie doll shrines, grouse, and mosquitoes. Our vision since 1989 has been to preserve the Sanctuary land and water as a safe place - apart from yet very connected to the wider world - as a place of emotional and spiritual well-being for loving, healing, playing, and working together in cooperation, as a community of kindred fae souls.