We took her home and did a couple of jobs then headed out to check the walk from A.H. Reed Park to the Whangarei Falls for the Parkinson group as we have not done that since the July Floods. It is a beautiful day and we enjoyed getting out for the walk.
This is the wash station for boots to help stop kauri dieback spreading.
This is some corrugated iron from a shed that had been destroyed in the floods. There were a lot of trees uprooted.
This is a lovely old chestnut tree.
On the way back we came across this pair of Captain Cooker pigs that must have escaped from a nearby property. They were very tame. I phoned the council to let them know.