it’s the new crow feather for Old Man Crow’s medicine stick!

Posted: March 27, 2012 by Mo Crow in It's Crow Time
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Old Man Crow thought his new feather should go on the medicine stick and he’s right!
He loves the feathers on his hat just the way they are, especially with the fancy feather hatband Eliene made for him last birthday everywhere he goes people call out,”great hat!” it’s got the mojo workin!

here’s this year’s Astrological Calendar and Moon Planting Guide by Thomas Zimmer
(that’s last year’s that you can see on the wall behind Old Man Crow)
for more info write to
Thomas Zimmer
Mt Cougal Rd.
Tallebudgera Valley
Queensland 4228

  1. deanna7trees says:

    oh it looks magnificent. like the black and white thread you used to secure it.

  2. margaret johnson says:

    Rod IS right!!..Looks great. Hopefully that new crow feather will bring special medicine to the stick, as it came from very robust, raucous. rollicking stock, here in Daylesford. Marg. ox

  3. Carol says:

    Beautiful, Mo! And what a feather! I’m finding your Old Man Crow work really fascinating.

  4. yvette says:

    what a beautiful blog and art…see you often at Jude’s…impressed really

  5. Nancy says:

    I love the walking stick, with all of its special talismans. I have many special feathers around my place too. Many wild turkey as there are some right up the road from me 🙂 Please email me if you would like me to send/share with you. It’s nice to see such heartfelt work.
    If you don’t mind, could you please tell me about the circle art on the wall behind Old Man Crow. Just curious, it looks interesting 🙂

    • Mo Crow says:

      Thanks for visiting Nancy, the circle poster is an astrological moon planting calendar that Thomas Zimmer produces every year with variations on the colour scheme and zodiac signs but always in that same mandala format with all the information of where the moon is at and in what sign and what should be planted or not as the time of year and day dictates. It’s a tradition for me & most folk of my generation as there was one in every share house i lived in from the early 70’s onwards! have added a close up to this post, he doesn’t have a website.

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