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Evening Constitutional

Evening Constitutional by the Estuary

Our house swap home is right by the beach and most evenings we go for a walk along the estuary. It’s just so nice to be out at 7 or 8 in the evening in the sunshine. When the tide’s out you can walk way out into the estuary and then return by the coastal path and circling the vast grassy expanse of Ferguson Park.

We also discovered a third option the other day – a hilltop walk along the far side of the park with lovely views over our usual route. The colours always seem to be blues and greens – the grass and the mature trees lining the shore and the abundance of agapanthus (supposedly a ‘noxious weed’ but so colourful) in all the gardens.

See our Evening Constitutional  Picture Gallery