7th March 2016

This was the first week that Tim and I took over from John. It had been an incredibly wet winter and this week was also one of the first where the group of volunteers were able to meet since our Christmas celebration. As many of the pathways were very muddy, we decided to continue with our path building process of placing 2 – 3 inch diameter pieces of round wood on top of cut brush and then covering it all with wood chippings.

laying the round wood in place - a highly precise process carried out by a skilled operator.
laying the round wood in place – a highly precise process carried out by a skilled operator.
covering the path with wood chippings
covering the path with wood chippings

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