Soon as Rhys and Harry arrived, the four of us headed over to sight concern and got settled in the workshop as if we ran the place, mind you, it took us half hour to work out how to switch everything on. Fortunately, the wonderful Doug, the gentleman who helped us last time, arrived to help us and away we went and got stuck in. We had some print outs from Pinterest of what we wanted to do.
We were going to slice the logs in to thin pieces and drill holes in the top to make hanging decorations in our craft sessions and some rather attractive candle holders. We were then later joined by Ed, we all seemed to work well and before we knew it was lunch time, Rhys and I headed to Tesco where we bought his lunch and then headed back to the workshop where the others were gathered on those big comfortable chairs from last time. The lovely ladies who served us food last time were there again, I had the chicken korma this time, it was delightful. You can imagine the jokes going on through the day referring to our wood and drilling holes but that aside we worked very well and have plenty to be getting on with in our craft sessions.
When we returned to the office we lay out everything we made on the table, took a picture and sent it to Emma. Well we had a lovely day and our group will be back there next week. Until then dears, goodnight.
~ Ryan at the Nature Trail
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