Evidently, there’s a little bird that’s been appearing around the country, it was in Flaxmere last Saturday and it’s been in Whangarei to Invercargill – the northern and southernmost parkruns! There has to be a story surrounding this?
Today, a beautifully painted rock traveled to Flaxmere parkrun. Where will it travel to next? Flaxmere parkrun
Love the rock – must have been a sneaky Porirua visit though – didn’t get to meet it! – Astrid Van Meeuwen-Dijkgraaf, Porirua
That’s a shame, I’m thinking a 2nd bigger rock might be needed to fit all NZ parkruns names on it. Never know, you may see many more appearing and travelling around the country. – Melissa Thorburn, Flaxmere
And from way over in the USA they celebrated a very big rock – the moon landing!
Our parkrun USA chalk artists just keep raising the bar.
It’s an out-and-back journey, and at the end you’re a bit wet. Summer parkrunning at Durham NC, parkrun isn’t so different from a moon mission. - Durham NC parkrun
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