Those Worm Holes

Even the most experienced can get caught. This was 2 km north of Waikawa River on Christmas Eve. as

These holes can occur a good distance from the water at low tide

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  1. Not sure I’m sympathetic.
    Why the need to drive so close to the kuku lagoon conservation area where (amongst other things) spoonbills and oyster catchers live and breed …
    But still, we’ve got so many vehicles south of the river mouth; too crowded down there. Lets head north. Plenty of space. Stuff the foot walkers (who invited them here?) and the natural habitat. We didn’t come here in our big 4-wheel drives, to sit in comfort whilst our dogs run behind, just to care about a little natural habitat anyway …

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