ETA North Berwick

The weary campers are on their way and due in North Berwick about 4.30pm,  traffic permitting. I think it will be a quiet journey if they are all asleep! We’re looking forward to hearing their stories when they are back in school next week.

Final day at Loch Insh

Another beautiful day at Loch Insh. The cases are packed of a fashion and some children have been seen kissing their beds goodbye! Some very bleary eyes after last night ‘ s disco and late night reminiscing about the week. Boogie on down boys, loved the routines . The best disco ever, what an atmosphere and heat you created. A great day today for sailing. The sailing groups have headed out down the Loch on the large sailing boats while the walkers will be able to see them when they reach their summit of their walk. Everyone has had a fantastic time and will have their own tales to tell. Suitcases disguised as sleeping children don’t work! Sorry folks.  Well done to every Primary 7 pupil you have set new challenges and achieved them…….and much more. image image image image

Thursday update

Evening all. 4.45pm and afternoon activities are finished. We are having a BBQ in the sunshine tonight for our evening meal and then getting ready for the disco (this could take a while!). We get the see the film made by the centre of all our activities later on this evening.
Mrs Baillie and I both walked with groups this morning and we saw deer in the woods. The wind picked up nicely this afternoon and made for some brisk sailing – some groups in Optimists and Bugs and some in yachts. Luckily no capsizes because the water is still very cold. Some brave souls have had a swim at the end of their kayak or canoe sessions but have soon come out shivering and made a rapid exit for the showers.
Time for food now.
We will be in touch with school on our journey home and an ETA will be posted on the blog by the office.
See you in North Berwick tomorrow afternoon with 92 very tired children and lots of dirty washing.