The lodge on the Adelaide site was made of pine branches. It had a layer of white fabric inside and a wooden door. The lodge was spacious and felt clean and still inside. The side were sloping which meant you had to be more self supporting during the ceremony. We sweated each day with the sweat on the final day being a public sweat. It felt good to be with and talk to women again after 2 days of being and talking only to men, as beautiful as the men were!
We used the Adelaide crews Dreaming wheel and lodge, feeling the love and (literally) the sweat, commitment and ceremony undertaken on this site across the years. The land here supported us, taking us deep within her, creating safety and play.
It was beautiful to see the Adelaide crews connection to their wheel The way they came out after the sweat and prayed in it, it holding them.