|Getting the dogs ready for a weekend in the woods.|
|Frank using child labour to cut the chicken wire...ingenius!|
|Roo and Meg discover that other animals live in hay bales... |
and the first post goes in.
|George...and the building starts to look like something...|
|How many children does it take to saw a log?...4?|
|And a frame appears|
|All the girls had journey sticks too with lots of wonderful items they |
found to wrap around them, and talk about them later on.
|Someone working really hard!|
|Its an accessible compost loo - don't you know!|
Beautiful organic hazel hand rails too...
|Where would we be today without the power tools?|
|Ahh, the lovely Sarah and Sam with the dogs - |
in the audience, supervising the building.
|And a spot of tree climbing was in order too.|
|The audience, again.|
|George saws through 4 planks of wood...I have to say I was impressed!|
|Looking more and more like a building now|
|Check out the roof|
|Frank...not sure what he was doing...|
|What colour shall we paint the door?|
|Drinking tea and discussing tree houses|
|Some more tree climbing, anyone? Monkey feet only!|
|The magical hour.|
|How clothes ought to look after having a lot of woodland fun!|
We hope to see you on 2nd July at the Blackdown Hills Woodland Fair - and we are very much looking forward to it!