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Wet and windy

Tuesday, April 10th 2018

Today couldn't have been much more different than yesterday; where there were blue skies, today only grey and rainy.

Despite this a small team of us has been busy tidying up across the reserve, taking brash down to the bullet catcher but foregoing the temptation to attempt a fire in the pouring rain.

After the first round of tidying Brian and John made a start on repairing boardwalk grips towards the main access gate while I created more mess (brash) for us to tidy up throughout the afternoon.

All in all the rain let up only a few times all day, but didn't dampen our spirits, nor stop us doing what we set out to do.

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