Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Tales from cubs' camp in /near Glastonbury day 4

day 4: Wednesday

30 mins after Akala (cub leader) went to get the cubs up this morning, I went down to fetch them for breakfast ... They were almost ALL still in bed. Their reason? "Akala didn't tell us to get dressed!"...

We left to visit the Somerset rural farm museum. This is a free museum which takes you through farming in the local area. Having played old fashioned "pennyhands"yesterday what caught my eye at the farm museum was the measure of a pennyworth of milk.

To top the visit off there was the chance to make a willow fence, called willow wanging! There was also an exhibition of gloves (inspired by 25 pairs found in a box!) More on this later ...

(posted by see-though faith, resident house elf, who has enjoyed cooler weather this evening here in London - though it was hot, hot, hot earlier in the day!)

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