in Travel Love It Road to Nowhere Challenge by Pamela Moresby February 25, 2019, 7:53 am 165 Views 15 Votes 26 Comments 0share Share Tweet Pin This is within Otauataua stone fields and it is a park. I went down here and it reminds me of the old gravel or metal roads. Its full of pot holes. Read LaterAdd to FavouritesAdd to CollectionReport What do you think? 15 points Upvote Downvote 0share Share Tweet PinOtauatauaRoad to Nowhere challengestonefields Written by Pamela Moresby 26 Comments Leave a Reply What is at the end of the road? 1 Log in to Reply Behind me is a small beach looking to Manukau Heads. In front goes back to the main road. This place is a reserve 1 Log in to Reply I see… So the road you’ve captured is the path from the direction you came, right? Thanks for your information, Pamela. 1 Log in to Reply tell me more about this challenge 1 Log in to Reply Kim Johnstons Challenge “Road to Nowhere 1 Log in to Reply I might’ve guessed. Kim is the queen of challenges 1 Log in to Reply Would avoid this road with the potholes. 1 Log in to Reply Yes, I just avoid the potholes. Log in to Reply Thanks so much Carol Log in to Reply Very nice photo of road. 1 Log in to Reply Thanks so much Milica. Log in to Reply It looks like a great way to walk 1 Log in to Reply Thanks so much Vidocka, yes you could walk if you have time Log in to Reply It reminds me of the quote “A road that leads you nowhere can sometimes lead you to yourself”. 1 Log in to Reply So true I did not know this quote, but it is really true 1 Log in to Reply Thanks so much Ellie 1 Log in to Reply It definitely looks like a long forgotten road leading to nowhere :)) 1 Log in to Reply No, this is a popular transport route from Taupo to Palmerston North Log in to Reply The fastest way to get nowhere is to have a flat tire from potholes@!!!!!! 1 Log in to Reply LOL! So true, but one needs to have a spare and a jack to fix it to get somewhere 1 Log in to Reply Yes ma’am and that works for the first tire and first pothole you hit. After that you either drive like a drunken sailor, or you slow down and end up getting nowhere fast! 1 Log in to Reply Well in terms of the Desert Road, the people somewhere around there have obviously paid their rates, because this road is well maintained. Even if they do live in remote towns. The NZ AA will respond to anyone in distress if there is cell phone coverage. Otherwise, its a really long hike to the nearest town, Waioru. And yes, there is a petrol station.! 1 Log in to Reply 🙂 now that sounds like a fun place to hang out! 1 There is also some kind of road that is hoping for us … driving on it is a real adventure 1 Log in to Reply That is where the fun begins! Thanks Lado. I love driving through these places. Log in to Reply I believe … there is one kind of adventure … slow and careful 1 Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.