Woo hoo! That’s what we want. Nice wide flat paths ;) Bit of a luxury this. And I’m lapping it up. We’re following in the path of an old 1900’s Kauri logging railway line, which is wicked as it means there’s a gentle gradient all the way, and embedded log fragments to skip across the mud pools. We’re learning lots of history from the signs as we go. Looks like to be a kauri logger back in the day you require two things: a massive bushy tache, and to be a double hard bastard. Moving train carriage sized pieces of solid ancient tree was no easy task! Especially without diggers and chain saws.