Early in November, I was in Cape Town on business. Jonathan and Hayley had just flown in from the UK with Gabriel, the last of our three grandchildren to be … Continue reading First meeting: my son’s son
I took a nasty fall, last month when we were in Clarens – my heel flew off the wet iron edging to a step in the paving, and I landed … Continue reading Johannesburg Parkhurst
We saw, as the saying goes, more rhinos on the day we spent in the Pilanesberg with Mike and Karen Thompson than you could shake a stick at. Not that … Continue reading Rhinos of Pilanesberg
After Clarens, and much wining and dining back in Johannesburg, Rob and I drove Mike and Karen, Hayley’s parents, to Pilanesberg, for a day of game watching and conversation and … Continue reading Impala dominance
Here is one final image from our family get-together in Clarens in the Free State – a landscape.
With the Christmas season upon us, it behoves us to send unto the world some family photos, so here they are, for your enjoyment.
Here are a few images of the stretch of the Maluti mountains, outside Clarens in the Free State, known as ‘Golden Gate’ for its imposing cliffs and rock formations, … Continue reading Golden Gate, Free State
This blog’s title might be a bit of a misnomer, but in this age of whoppers, fables, barefaced lies, from Presidents on down, its what you get, right. Fact: these … Continue reading Gabriel and Thomas at Urbanologi
Like the weather – rain coming down in a steady deluge today in Johannesburg and Pretoria – the last few days have been full indeed. Thursday, Jonathan and Hayley and … Continue reading Clarens