First of all, a huge thank you to everyone who came and helped recently with the Track Working Bee alongside the people from Te Aurere Waka Ama Club. The area near the big paddle shed is now really looking tidy and ready to store more waka ama - and the walking track is now cut all the way through from Boyes beach to the DOC camp.
We would like to start mid week after work Working Bees now that day light saving is here. Work will start again from the DOC camp end so please park in the public car park area (not the camping sites!) of the DOC camp located at 226 Millar Road, follow the narrow sealed road into the camp and go straight ahead to the public car parking area, rather than around to the right.
WHEN: from this Wednesday 18th November 2015 from 4.30 / 5.00 pm till around 6.00 - 6.30 pm
Wear suitable clothing, footwear & gardening gloves. Please bring a spade or shovel and a wheel barrow, if you have one. A rake would also be useful. The activity is shifting dirt "from humps to hollows".
If no one is about go up the track past the camp toilet block at the far end of the camp and follow the track to the jumping off rock until you see where the new track turns off to the right and follow the new track until you find Brian Law and / or Mike Goodwin. Everyone is welcome.