Day 2 in Shannaghmore and the sun was still shining brightly on our enthusiastic group. After a hearty breakfast the group headed off in different directions. Group 1 and 2 made their way to Bloody Bridge for some exhilarating bouldering. The groups enjoyed the experience of walking up river making the most of getting wet! Group 3 hit the heights of the Zip Line and High Ropes Course. All displayed outstanding bravery while completing two very challenging and nerve racking tasks.
After the morning's activities, it was back to base for some well earned lunch and off to Castlewellan for some canoeing. On arrival it was clear the groups were keen to get on the water to demonstrate their paddling prowess. The groups sailed round the lake with ease and thoroughly enjoyed jumping into the water at the end. The evening was topped off with the famous Nightline. Our group of brave explorers braved the twisted and winding maze through the woods, without the use of their sight. Blindfolded and with nothing but a rope and the person in front of them for guidance, the troop marched their way through obstacles and branches until reaching the end.
Finally the end of another amazing day came. Pillows at the ready, the group settled down to watch Moana before getting all packed and ready for our final day at Shannaghmore.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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