On Monday we saw Andy and Dee again for another session of Archery. This time we looked at using sights and the recurve method of shooting. they are now very confident and competent at both bare bow and recurve and are hoping to do more Archery local to them. Looking forward to introducing them to canoeing next year! On Tuesday we met up with friends and took their two lovely grandchildren to Farrletter for some Abseiling. Aged only 6 and 8, they were very happy about going down the cliff and really understood all the safety issues and that even though it was fun they could also see what a serious activity it is to participate in. We could not stop them from wanting to keep going and we lost count eventually at the number of times they abseiled, we think it was 9 or 10! Hope to do some canoeing with them next year.
Thursday, 23 October 2014
We were working with a group on a Self Leadership course with Social Enterprise at the North Highlands College, Thurso yesterday. A lively group of 16, all getting on really well with each other and we had fun whilst looking at why we need to develop the skills needed for working together. Unfortunately an iminent power cut stopped play in the afternoon!
Friday, 17 October 2014
Ian was working for Ultimate Training Days yesterday taking a group from Global Radio up Ben Nevis. Other Global groups were to be on Scafell and Snowdon at about the same time. A fun group too enjoying their challenge for Global's own newly launched charity called 'Make some Noise'. Weather not quite as bad as expected but still windy and we
Thursday, 9 October 2014
Since the last blog, we have had more Ben Nevis ascents with a variety of folk, a few days working at Alltnacriche which is always fun, lots of archery with lots of different groups including Cairngorm Sport 4 All who just love anything outdoorsy, Serenity Cafe, a new group for us and we hope to see them again, leaders from an Action for Kids group who were much fun to be with, the Friendship Fund who we see every year and always look forward to catching up with and finally a day with Muir of Ord Scouts who were all incredibly well behaved!