The temperatures have dropped significantly now, but nothing a relaxing campfire with its warm crackling sounds and some great outdoor cooked meal wont get rid of. The days are also getting shorter and to pass the time I got into some woodcraft of sorts and managed to make something very magical and known to be one of the oldest creative tools from the first peoples down under in Australia. Overall this was one of the most enjoyable overnighters this year for me. I invite you to join me in this experience as well.
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