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04 July 2017
Bushcraft

All the children's bushcraft sessions were well attended with children not only coming from Culbokie but also from the wider Black Isle and beyond.  Ian Paterson, from Go Wild Highlands, had a wide range of activities over the four days to keep the children interested.  They made shelters, used a fire steel to make fire, tied knots to make a stretcher and a bridge, made charcoal, solved animal crime scenes and made twine from nettles. The most popular activity, however, was probably cooking 'bread' and marshmallows over the fire!

bridge building

cooking bread

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