After months of struggling across a muddy ditch we have put in a small bridge for walkers on the track.
It might be small but its very strong, with 200 mm piles and beams and a 50 mm deck.
Meanwhile the Parks team have planted another section section of the stream which is beginning to dry up.
Today was the first day that the Parks Team had worked on the Peacock gardens reserve and we achieved more than I thought we would.
One job was to reroute the track, where we had inadvertently gone across private land, and under Graeme's leadership that was accomplished.
The other group got on with smoothing the banks where the digger had dumped and rutted the land when we dug out the steam.
When the ground was reasonably smooth we planted some trees. The Pukatea went in to the really wet area and cabbage trees on the banks. About thirty trees altogether and a very productive morning.