More glorious mud, foot baths, sock soaks, lots of welcome visitors, a trail of lemon smells, bike paths, more secure tree house. A delightful collection of visitors today - Megan, Leon and Shaun joined us today, as well as Michael from Poland. It was Maya's 15th birthday, and Mell made a delicious chocolate cake in… Continue reading KFS Wednesday Dec – MUD
KFS Wednesday – Glorious Mud
What a glorious wet and mud full day. The ponds were full - including the flood pond, the oaks golden, the hazel ochre yellow. Eloise and Mell did more work on the tree house with decking found in the back of a lorry by Rachel. Tris and Jack coated in mud, climbed up the first… Continue reading KFS Wednesday – Glorious Mud
KFS Wednesday – parachute change
Change of parachute from PINK to Green More bikes for Lewin to repair and pass on A treasure trail to find the stonemans tools.
KFS Wednesday October – tarp
Autumn colours, fungi funnels. Mell admitted to being a time traveller, and actually living 400 years into the future. How is it there we asked? People live much simpler now, far fewer people as so many had died with climate change. They don't have phones any more (they've learnt lesson about taking rare metals from… Continue reading KFS Wednesday October – tarp
KFS Monday October
Autumn colours, fungi galore with circles of inside-outies, (Clitocybe). Kym had organised new fresh worms for our wormery which we added. Hide and seek, adults hiding under leaves, kids seeking. Delicious banana flap jacks cooked over the fire, which was lit with play blowing bull-rush seeds all over Eloise
KFS Wednesday October 30
PUMPKINS naturally. But before pumpkins came play, and today we had the wonderful and powerful and somersaulting, Ali, aka ANT. Oh and Kim, Gina and Rachel. (Mell and Eloise were teaching) Tris AT LAST got the foundations of his Tree House, supported between 3 birches and a hazel. Tris and Cain were involved in cutting… Continue reading KFS Wednesday October 30
Woodwose to Kaliwoods
Who’d heard of Woodwose before this time? Certainly not me, or many others and that was a tantalising magnet. On our Suffolk Church fonts, in front of plain sight, and we did not know. The wild man of the woods, green man, appears in medieval Europe, usually covered with hair, naked and with a stick. … Continue reading Woodwose to Kaliwoods
October – Motors & Bikes, spears, tarps, fungi and the entire planetary system mapped out.
While Maya was in the quiet zone, (a nest of tranquility and quilts made by Jadzia), her sister Grace countered with almost all day swinging on the swing, swung by Gabrielle and Luis. Lewin smashed the new bike trailer, easily taking off the rotten wood - another project, and yet another bike project a Dutch… Continue reading October – Motors & Bikes, spears, tarps, fungi and the entire planetary system mapped out.
The day the Earth Arrived
James Nobbs delivered our earth to us. Made out of hundreds of knives, spoons, forks, it was fashioned by James to be 32cm in diameter, which is the scale the earth is for our woodland Solar System.
KFS Wednesday October – Fungi
The day the Earth arrived, we found fungi in the wood with Neil, Bo taught Kym the Mars dance and Jadzia made boxes and heath drink. Any fungi jokes? Not Mush room here - any Fun Guys? We had Neil Mahler visit Kinda Forest School, opportunistically a few days after our last rain when fungi… Continue reading KFS Wednesday October – Fungi