Ladybower camp

It rains more often than not at the place where we usually go camping, in some woods near Ladybower reservoir, but this time the weather was good. We’ve been coming to this same spot for 20 years now. Other than building a fireplace out of stones and burning wood that’s dropped naturally, I hope we’ve had a minimal impact on this environment. Over time you see the wood itself also changes; this time we found a newly-felled limb from a beech tree near the fire place, which created a gap in the canopy that let the early evening sunlight in. It’s too green to use now but it will be good for the next camp.

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