Wednesday, 24 September 2014

Skillins Wood

I've spent a lovely day with other National Trust staff and volunteers at Skillins Point, County Down, where there is a fine oak and ash wood.

There were about nine of us today.

Self brandishing an axe

We were dismantling an old barbed-wire fence and removing the wooden posts.

We all lunched at the shore, not far from Mid Island and Greyabbey, on the Ards Peninsula.

Before we left, we all managed to take some ash logs with us.

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