Day 308, Monday 25 June 2018
Fowlds Park is a medium sized park in Mount Albert. An access road runs through it, dividing it into two parts. The southern part is mostly sports grounds, but there are large trees on the southern boundary and a substantial grove near the eastern entrance. The northern part is mostly covered in trees, with huge gum trees over native shrubs, and a couple of large pōhutakawa near the entrance. I was impressed to find so many mature trees here.
Along the edge of the playing fields were a number of exercise stations. Unlike the metal machines I saw yesterday, these are custom built from wood, and rather more in keeping with the park.
Distance travelled: 10 km. Total distance so far: 39,441 km