Snow is great for tracking, tracks seemingly jump out at us from a distance which would otherwise be difficult to spot in other weather conditions and substrates, drawing us in to reveal the moment of animal behaviour recorded by its imprint in the snow. In this blog we are going to focus on one
2017 has seen the launch of a range of day long craft and skills courses in our woodland venues. For those of you who have fancied the idea of trying your hand at kuksa carving follow this link to see what our day of carving this traditional drinking cup entails. So what is a kuksa?
Well it wasn’t long since we spoke last, but we have still been busy. Matt, Andy, Laurence, Richard, Jason and Chris were busy with a Woodland Ways Bushcraft Weekend, last weekend (5-7 June), while Kev, Ed & Stephen were on two back to back Bushcraft Fundamentals Courses in Oxford.
So what have we been up to? Well since the last newsletter we kicked off with Joe instructing on the Arrow Making workshop on Wednesday 13th. Kev, Bob & Ed then headed into the weekend 15th-17th
As always we once again returned to The Wilderness Gathering this year, now in its 10th year, and once again as always our stall was packed to the rafters with customers.
Here are some wonderful pictures of one of the recent family bushcraft course in September 2011
Thanks for a great course guys
Some photo’s of a recent cub scout event in our woodlands in oxfordshire
Some group photos from this weekend just gone