The best turn out we have had for a while: 2 Frewins, 3 Wades, 2 Sinclairs, 5 Adamsons =
8 Adults and 4 Grandchildren.
A 10.30am start and the young ones take the lead till we have a food stop at the track junction while the two track cleaners catch up.
Heading for the next one Sharon finds the turn off and with a little more difficulty we find the second hole. Even more impressive, my guess 5 plus metres deep.
Len A gave a very convincing explanation as to how they were made – A very tall tree was growing there when a lahar engulfed it, then the tree has rotted away. (Sounds pretty believable to me)
With lots of other things to see along the way, including a big black and yellow helicopter? Oops! Dragonfly!! The grandies were kept amused and it was a pleasure to have them with us. We all had a very good day.
Return trip 5hours ± didn’t they do well.
Adventure does begin @ K.O.P.A.C.
Story by Newton, photos by Jacqui