On November 16th (Saturday), I enjoyed digging for firewood thanks to the good weather.
There were 17 participants and the number of participants was small. Up to 1 kilometer was promised to be taken away free of charge, but the children seemed to want to take out what they dug and bought a lot. The staff of the Nagasaki City World Heritage Division introduced the masonry culture and studied fairly well. At the end, I got a soup. Volunteers in charge of the soup stock were worried that it was boiled for a long time and a lot of soup was made, but it was delicious when it was delicious.
Four staff members including the manager of the Nagasaki City World Heritage Division supported the fun digging. I was able to play well with the teaching of the study group, surprisingly the goodness of being treated as an infant, and the fact that it was completely used.
Another group is more than 10 volunteer members of Uedera. We were also in charge of preparations before digging the field, mowing the surrounding area, preparing firewood potatoes, support for digging, and making soup.
Thanks to everyone who participated, the people who served, and God who prepared the wonderful weather!