Spring Term 2017

A Saturday Morning Walk

Exploring the WW2 defences in Lossie Forest   Exploring the WW2 defences in Lossie Forest   Exploring the WW2 defences in Lossie Forest

On Saturday morning the boarders who were left in School (all the rest on sports tour) went for a walk in Lossie Forest.  Although the weather was rather rainy and miserable, they enjoyed a stroll through the forest and had a lot of fun exploring the WWII pill box lookout posts and concrete anti-tank blocks.  There were a total of nine pupils on this trip and, in the picture below, they each stood on top of a concrete pillar and tried to make letters to spell out ABERLOUR!.

Spelling out vAberlour


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