It was a very foggy and damp start to the day but that didn't dampen the spirits of the 15 Past Finder members who made their way to Cape Pembroke to pick some teaberries.
On arrival the area was like a carpet of teaberries. The group got to it and picked until their tubs were overflowing.
Moving on it was extremely hard to walk past an abundance of berries and start looking at plants. There was lots of discussion on the plants the group found but after several references to the plant book, we're sure the group found different varieties of heather, arrow-leaved marigold, marsh daisy, native woodrush, pig vines and diddle dee.
Bouncing over the sand dunes and walking through puddles the children thoroughly enjoyed themselves.
When arriving to the lighthouse Michael Ford, leader of Watch Group, had three flags displayed which represented badges in which the group was working towards.
With grumbling tummy’s we set off for the beach bank to settle and have our packed lunches. Whilst there Annabel spotted seals on a rock face not too far from the beach.
Time simply flew by but it meant we had half an hour to spare to have a little look in the lighthouse and every member went to the very top. From there they could look to out spot their parents arriving to collect them.