Sunday, June 6, 2010

HOW TO SURVIVE IN THE WILDERNESS WITH 4H


For the weekend some of us went to Fosen to spend the weekend relaxing in the wilderness fishing and sleeping in tents. The trip was arranged by our local 4H club who invited our Ghanian guest to join in. Adwoa, Nelson and Joshua joined us, while the others spent time with their host families. The grown up on the journey were in addition to our mum, the club manager Anders and three other dads from our school.
With the Kanos on the car roofs, we are waiting in the friday line to get onto the ferry-boat to cross the Trondheim´s Fjord.
View of the fjord from the ferry.
Excited kids on the boat.
Anders gives us information before we paddle to our campsite.

Clever girls - learning by doing!
Nelson and one of the fathers
Joshua and Nelson helping Anders putting up the tent.

Joshua and Nelson finally got the tent up (do they seem a bit sceptic to spending the two next nights in one of them?)
All the kids warming their hotdog on the bonfire.
A PROUD EVENING FISHERMAN, CATCHING THE DINNER FOR TOMORROW
Theresa and Signe taking a saturday bath-with only 13 C we might guess it was freeeezing could....
Adwoa enjoying the sun through her tent "door".
Joshua and Nelson paddling and fishing.
Joshua grilling his catch for dinner.
Me and our dog Stella:-)
The girls playing a game after reaching the shore on the way home sunday afternoon !

2 comments:

  1. Excellent update, with excellent pictures making it easy and enjoyable to follow the visit!!!

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