Yesterday we were on day 3 of an extended programme. This time we were on Loch Lomond looking at Teamwork, Communication, and skills. The Loch was extremely calm and as the trees are beginning to turn quite beautiful
What a great day exploring this lovely Loch, just as one of the groups were about to embark on a trip across to the derelict missile testing platform a seal bobbed up to say hello.
The cadets were on a free event that one of our outdoor leaders ran ,everybody had a very rewarding day and spotted lots of wildlife whilst learning lots of paddle skills too.
It was along bust day but we were able to facilitate three separate
paddling experiences for the cadets throughout the day, we hope this will encourage them to do more.
One of our Outdoor Leaders was fortunate to be selected to join five other participants from across the tourism industry and based in Scotland. Cliff’s focus was on the ancient traditions and heritage and the experiences which had less structure and almost perceived as informal. He will do his best to try and emulate such experience here in Scotland which will involve local personalities
and aim to engage and interest others in Scottish heritage.
Today we were in Loch Lomomd, putting in at Balmaha with a great couple of guys. We covered some quite advanced skills and explored Inchcailloch with its indigenous woodland and the site of St Kentergerna’s nunnery and Clan Mcgregor burial ground.