Counting the steps @ Panmure Basin

I have done numerous walk around the Panmure Basin.

It takes around 45 minutes to walk the round loop.  On a fine day, you will come across joggers and people walking their dogs or just having a stroll.

In fact, I have not taken any photos of this beautiful walkway till my last walk.   Since I was a solo walker the other day, I took my phone and recorded the number of steps I took on this walk.  Also taken photos of the beautiful greens around the basin.  Spotted one Pohutukawa tree in early bloom.  Summer is hear and Christmas is near !

Approximately, it took me 3,000 steps to complete this walk in 45 minutes.  That was random and an experimental experience to capture the sights and count the steps on this otherwise unassuming exercise.

 

 

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4 thoughts on “Counting the steps @ Panmure Basin

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  2. Looked like a really lovely walk, Jess. Lots of nature and that basin looks quite massive. Summer is definitely near and hope there are more warm days for you. Hope you are well and take care 🙂

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