My Shortest Walk in Town
|The drive next to my house where I begin nearly everyone of my town |
walks. The left border is planted out with native vegetation. To the right
the timber for the front porch awaits the return of the builders.
| I cross the street to the foot/bike path and turning my face into the |
afternoon sun, walk to the newest of our Landcare
plantings at the end of the street.
|The Saltwater Creek road bridge. This is the footpath. The road |
makes a dogleg up ahead before it runs into the shopping street.
From here my walk is about another fifty paces before I turn left again into Whian Street, where I live. Another twenty meters and I am home. As I said this is my shortest walk. Not for exercise, but to check on the new Landcare site. Or to see various places where fungi might have come up after rain. Or to get a breath of fresh air when the weather is wet or too windy to go far. Or to check the tide. Or to get an idea. Or ...