8th Airdrie get outdoors

5th April 2012

On Sunday 1 April beavers and cubs from the 8th Airdrie (Chapelhall) visited Dunsyston Forest to practice their tree recognition skills, tracking, and compass work.

They also made origami boats and raced them in the stream. There followed a traditional Pooh stick race.

On their next visit beavers and scouts will build shelters and make hot chocolate using a Kelly kettle.

Author: Gary Bainbridge


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