3. It felt much warmer than the weather forecast’s 7 degrees so a couple of hats went off straightaway of course. The walk to the camp took us through some muddy leaves and huge puddles so we were holding hands at times to support each other. Little heads were turning where parakeets were squawking between tall trees. Logs were climbed and walked under, which was accompanied by a lot of joy and laughter. A game of peek-a-boo was played behind a tree. A baby girl fell onto a leafy carpet. Oh, and no crocodile again. Will you join us next Friday?
4. It’s been our warmest session so far! Lots of mud squelching underfoot on our way to the camp. A piece of bark was picked up and studied and a worm was spotted on the ground. We listened to the sound a dry oak leaf makes when torn over and over again. A hazel tree with catkins galore and tiny pink flowers as well as buttercups underneath captured our attention for ages. Lying in the grass in the sunshine was a must.
When did you last go to the woods?