Monday, 27 June 2011

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Last week we winched some timber off part of the hill, cut it into 3 metre lengths and stacked it at the side of the track. It will now season (dry out) for 18 months before becoming firewood, as you can see from the photo below there was no drying out taking place whilst we worked.

Also last week i ran from Craven Arms to Much Wenlock, along Wenlock Edge, making notes about directions for our event on 23rd October. I also took a few photos so participants can get an idea of the wonderful views that they will be able to enjoy and the type of terrain.

Today we were doing some work near to where Rushbury School have been tree planting so we decided to take a look at how they were doing, the results are brilliant as the photos below show.
6 month old Cherry emerging from protective guard.
18 month old Cherry surrounded by a lovely display of Foxgloves

18 month old Wild Service tree surrounded by Rangers!

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