Raiders of the Lost Card

Over the past year and a half, Woodlore’s Aspirant Instructor and Quartermaster Keith Whitehead has been happily snapping away on his many adventures around Britain and further afield. Whether he’s canoeing in France, paddling rafts in Scotland or snowmobiling in Sweden, it seems as though Keith has had his camera with him at all times.

So when a battered looking memory card turned up on my desk this week, it was with great intrigue – and a little trepidation – that I delved in to see what Keith had been up to.

Over the coming months I’ll be sharing some of the highlights from Keith’s many adventures, beginning with this selection:

A serene early morning view in Sweden, on Woodlore's Arctic Experience expedition

A serene early morning view in Sweden, on Woodlore’s Arctic Experience expedition

Keith assists Dan Hume in the Bamboo Fire Saw method of friction fire lighting, on Woodlore's Fire Lighting Techniques course

Keith assists Dan Hume in the Bamboo Fire Saw method of friction fire lighting, on Woodlore’s Fire Lighting Techniques course

 

Senior Assistant Rob Bashford joins a student in paddling the loch, on Woodlore's Journeyman course in Scotland

Senior Assistant Rob Bashford joins a student in paddling the loch, on Woodlore’s Journeyman course in Scotland

 

Students utilise the ground oven method of cooking, on Woodlore's Traditional Living Skills course

Students utilise the ground oven method of cooking, on Woodlore’s Traditional Living Skills course

 

The Ardeche Gorge in France, home to Woodlore's canoeing courses

The Ardeche Gorge in France, home to Woodlore’s canoeing courses

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