Really wanted come along to this, but I`m having problems with my motor that just doesn`t want to start,(anyone know about vw t4s )
If i can borrow my sons car I hope to get up in the afternoon, fingers crossed.
So it turned out to be a nice wee meet, with just six of us tagging along. Mamachook and Alan set about the shave horse, JohnC demonstrated his expert fire lighting, bodjit started doing a little carving and the rest mucked in with some gardening jobs. There was a few natives about as well so it was very cosy. The consensus seemed to be that the venue would definitely be suitable for bigger future meets. I think it would be especially good for families.
Anyway, thanks to all who came along. There's still a couple of folk on the hill, we'll get an update from them tomorrow.
Thanks Rob , what a wonderful place and I will definitely be back for future meets and hopefully to do a bit of dry stane dyking .
Edinburgh has been in need of somewhere for bushcraft meets and I think this could well be it beneficial to both parties , with a site for us and some helping hands for the centre .