We’re off to see a waterfall. It’s a nice day, not raining for a change. The trail, like others before, is pretty amazing. As for instance, the overhead shot here of fern tree “umbrellas”. I note to Ginger that it feels like we have been shanghied into a Star Trek episode and here we are, beamed down on this wild planet, and there are probably dinosaurs around the corner. She says, no, it’s more like “Honey I Shrunk the Kids”. Well, I don’t remember seeing that movie, but I get her point.
Below are pictures of the trail. Not bad.
I’ll end with the waterfall. Not spectacular, but definitely pretty. Kauri were logged here years ago, there are some old pictures. The loggers built a dam near the top of this waterfall to float the kauri trunks and then flush them down this river – over this waterfall! – to the shore. Turns out the logs were so dinged up from the fall that they had to find another way. Duh!