In Japan the crane is thought to be a mystical, holy creature that lives for a thousand years. Legend has it that anyone with the patience and commitment to fold 1,000 origami paper cranes in one year (one for each year in a crane’s life) will be granted their most desired wish.
After a year of engaging in the practice of making 1,000 cranes, it is my wish to release them into the world and to share their blessings and beauty. A migration of sorts…
They are $1 each, singly or in strings, to benefit the St. George Fire and Rescue. Find them at the CDC office, the library, town office and Port Clyde post office.