We awoke this morning to camp shrouded in mist and fog which made for an atmospheric start to the day. Breakfast was a relaxed affair with bacon and egg rolls around the campfire. During breakfast Dena arrived with her team and turned the dining tent into a print studio where the group were able to design and cut their own stencils which they laid on their t-shirts and then silk screen printed.
After lunch we split into two groups. Half of us headed over to the forge to work with a local Blacksmith making our very own toasting forks for marshmallows while the others tested their head for heights on the climbing wall. We had some incredible climbers with one even reaching the top of the purple route - the hardest on the whole wall with the smallest, most spaced out and awkwardly shaped holds!
After a short break we swapped activities before coming together for a delicious BBQ dinner. In the evening we headed off to the woods on a wild woodland walk where we met the Woodsman who was out for an evening wander. We joined him on his walk and were treated to lots of long forgotten facts about the trees and plants before taking a rest by the lake where he told us the story of the Moondog of Moresk.
On our return to camp the campfire was lit and we christened the newly forged toasting forks with some marshmallows before heading off to bed.