That worked in preview. Every year we run one or two trips to Finland. Usually one in the south combining canoeing and bushcraft skills. This a great trip for those wanting to venture further afield but lack the experience and confidence to tackle a more remote wilderness trip in Canada. Our other trip is generally in the Finnish arctic in winter honing our winter survival skills and enjoying camping at minus 25-35C. This years canoe trip was in September. I took out a group from Ireland. The first night is usually in a nature cabin to unwind from the days travelling with a sauna and a dip in the lake. Our Cabin. I decided to leave the group to their camp chores and to have their team meeting. Time to do some wildlife watching. I was lucky enough to see to Saimaa seals and the northern lights from the canoe. a lovely location to teach spoon carving. A spot of history. Anntola the beginning and end of our canoe journey. Well the weather had to change eventually. Forest Knights next trip will be 28th May - 5th June.