Landscaping was the other task for the day. We worked on creating a small mound around the campsite boundary that borders the heathland slope to act as a barrier against surface water run off, and planted this with heather relocated from the area where the communal roundhouse will be built. We also dug a fire pit for the second pitch, and lined this with stones.
A well deserved lunch of curry, mince pies and mulled cider was enjoyed together around the fire before we returned to finish off the fence weaving. We continued until dusk, when the fading light and call of owls let us know it was time to call it a day. The mist descended once again as we gathered to admire our hard work and share gratitude for a lovely day.