By joining Netwalking with David Willis, you will get plenty of fresh air, a little exercise, reawaken your senses and become more connected with nature, and be able to chat with like minded people, whilst walking in some beautiful woodlands. Continue reading “Netwalking with David Willis”
It’s always nice to take people out for a walk in the woods, it’s something I really enjoy and look forward to doing each month. I particularly like introducing them to the trees; helping them to recognise the different specifies. Continue reading “Autumn walk in the woods”
Thank you to everyone who popped by to my Bushcraft stand at the Chalfont St Giles village show – it was lovely to chat with friends, show visitors and past customers. Yes, I baked more bread; some sun dried tomato and garlic bread and a few others (they didn’t last long). Continue reading “Chalfont St Giles Village Show”
Thank you to the families that joined me for this guided woodland walk – it was great to see the youngsters engaging in being natures detectives, they did rather well too.
The aim of these walks is to educate, help youngsters and adults to identify plants and trees. Sometimes it’s nice to go for a brisk walk through the woods, perhaps for exercise, to keep fit and breath in some fresh air and relax. Today, we were doing things slow, stopping and taking a close look at plants, noticing the shapes, textures and smells and comparing them to others that at first glance may seem similar. Continue reading “Natures Detectives – Woodland Walk in June”
Here are a few pictures of the wonderful woodland that I am now using to run Bushcraft courses, activities and events in Buckinghamshire. As anyone who has enjoyed a walk through the Chilterns will confirm, we do have some lovely woodlands and these are a great example. Continue reading “Wonderful woodland for Bushcraft in Buckinghamshire”