|forging in the dark is somewhat special|
|Elsa at the viewpoint the night before.|
An overnighter in the woods needs to be followed by a decent breakfast. Traditionally that means oatmealporridge..... but I went for a "full Irish"-breakfast; bacon, eggs, mushrooms, sausages, toast and coffee. I missed out on the tomatoes and potatoes...
|the girls "next door".|
|Dutch section main camp|
I did find a strangely shaped bar which had been split at one end and I worked with that instead.
|the blower is a handcranked airraidshelter airfilter...|
|the mobil anvil.|
I love the simplicity and efficiency of the design!
|the Mss. had a go herself and did make such a bottleopener.|
He had brought 2 bags of last years charcoal, just to show the kids that that stuff isn't just used for grilling and barbecueing.
|My wife, sitting on this years kiln, which is named after her...|
It was such a wonderfull warm and sunny day, that we almost forgot it was actually autumn! It seemed just like a summerday and later that afternoon, when we were home, we received a phonecall. One of our friends was asking us if we wanted to join them for an late-afternoon-splash in one of the lakes. It would probably be the last time this season, so we agreed.
The water resembled the temperatures of autumn more than we expected......
|here you can see how much the level of the lakewater has dropped; almost 60cm's!!!|