On one of my all too frequent jaunts around that place of beauty which is the Pinnacle Nature Reserve the other day, I noticed that the kind people of Environment ACT (I presume it to be them in any case) have signposted the tracks there. I wonder if the names were made up to enable the sign posting? Anybody know?
At least now we can be assured, that when we embark on an expedition to the deepest depths of the wilderness of the Pinnacle, should we have the missfortune to need to shout ourselves a rescue helicopter or the like, in order to pull us out of the ice bound tundra, we can give them directions along the lines of; “I’m on the Tully Track, just next to the big barn, overlooking the main road “.
But, here’s where it gets strange. Just today, when I was out with the dogs, and at great personal risk to myself, I decided to get off the marked tracks and follow a roo trail. (Is there anything more inspiring to get you off a well marked path than the sight of way-marked track?) After a while, I came across, what I can only describe as a shallow grave! It comes complete with it’s own pickaxe, and is ready for residence.