Rain or shine: The Peregrine Farmstall in Grabouw is the pitstop between Napier and Cape Town in South Africa.
After a day in Cape Town glad to be back in The Overberg.
Made in Napier
The ‘Thembis of Philippi’. So much love and respect for the people of Philippi Village (suburb of Cape Town) woven into a beauty of 3 generations of women.
Artists: Jennifer Bam and mother and daughter Angela and Sean McPerson.
Here is one for the city-slickers (inspired by hearing a conversation between the owner of a Cape Town-registered car and his passenger on a parking space near Napier):
How many sheep do you count in this picture?
But allowed in other South African places like Paternoster.
Driving through our village many tourists photograph the ox wagon but do they know the story behind …???…
In 1988 Afrikaners were commemorating the ‘Great Trek’ of a few centuries ago when farmers of the ‘Cape’ (Cape Town and surrounds) took their household in ox wagons and went over the St Lowry’s Pass to a new world beyond.
In the meantime in the Western Cape, South Africa: The Greyton fire as seen from a distance of 90 kilometers in Napier. (this morning at 6:30). When there is a small fire in Cape Town it’s global news but a fire that covers the surface of Cape Town does not even get the attention of regional and national news media… I wonder…