Above: Foxy - a special little Meerkat, South Africa
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- Roses in vineyards
- Have you ever – lived your dream?
- Capturing and sharing photo-stories
- Dancing on the wild side!
- 100-Word Challenge for Grownups – Week #166
- Do you need a gun for your mailbox?
- Laughing at ourselves!
- Have you ever…. had issues with photo sizes?
- “Beestekraal” Station Restaurant
One of my favourite things – A miniature Gaul village
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Category Archives: Favourite things
Have you ever had to sit through someone’s slide night and feign interest in their last trip to wherever? Images one to 20 were great, 20 – 40 were getting a little tedious, and by number 50, someone was making … Continue reading
I recently read a beautiful post titled “Wanna dance?” What followed was a wonderful recount of a pause in time – to simply soak up the present and enjoy the beauty that nature had on offer. Yet the main feature of the post was … Continue reading
Some animals use sunblock and insecticide on a regular basis and have done for centuries. Not the wonderfully blended and highly researched chemicals that we rely on – these are just not readily available in the bush and very impractical for big … Continue reading
While gazing upward at the most incredible mountains I have ever seen, I nearly missed something else, which was just as amazing. The mountains were the mighty Drakensberge in South Africa. The walk I was on will appear in a … Continue reading
A few weeks ago, I wrote a post on a lady called Helen Martins. Those who read the story will remember that she was an interesting person who decorated her house with crushed glass in many different colours. It is … Continue reading
Every year, around mid December, Ruby becomes an important part of our family life. I have never met her, in fact, I have no idea who she was. Two things I do know though. The first is that she was a … Continue reading