On 3rd September 2010 the four of us set off once again for the Scottish mainland to embark on another course at Backwoods Survival School. This course was entitled the Beachcomber. After the boat trip to Troon we drove north this time meeting Patrick near to Loch lomond and driving to a very picturesque setting by a Scottish sea inlet. As always the craic was mighty and started off as soon as we arrived. This was a very intensive course and Patrick and his team worked us from dawn to dusk covering an amazing amount of skills some we had done before some we hadnt. Rather than the usual diary type blog entries we have decided to let the photos do most of the talking and added a few captions to help with explanations. Click on the title of the Pictures below and they will take you to the photo gallery for this course at our website.
On Behalf of the NIBA i would like to say a big thank you to Patrick and the guys from the Backwoods team for another fantastic course. If you are considering attending a Bushcraft course check out ‘Backwoods survival School’ you will find a link to their site in our blog links or on the links page in our website www.bushcraftni.com.