Now that we are halfway to spring equinox the Jayátu team is working full steam ahead on planning the next online storytelling event which will happen around Earth Day and John Muir's birthday (April 21st is John Muir's birthday). We plan on doing a live storytelling event that will be video taped and then shared via webcast to the Friends of Jayátu community! The team is also working hard on editing the next collection of children stories that will be available by April.
But amidst all this activity the movements of nature during this sunny spell that has been happening in California has given the Jayátu team a bit of spring fever. Although winter is far from over and storms are on the horizon at the time of this post, the Jayátu team lives on land where thousands of frogs are singing their 'wake up the trees' songs and little tiny wildflowers are beginning to canvas the meadows.
Jayátu is actually on a journey south at this time to not just visit friends, but to begin writing/recording the 'Jayátu Traveling Tales" series that will be published on the main site as a series of tales that visitors can enjoy, share, and hopefully inspire them to tell their own traveling stories.