I didn’t set my alarm last night, since there wasn’t a rush to get up and I could leave anytime for Satara. The only times I have used the alarm was for extra early get-ups for morning drives or walks. My neighbour had an alarm set for 5:00 am, so that got me up and… Continue reading May 16 – Lower Sabie to Satara
It was a very wet morning for the morning drive, but I walked over to the pick up spot to go any way. I was there all alone at 4:45, but then a family of 3 arrived to keep me company. The driver and vehicle arrived a few minutes later. The first thing Darryl (our… Continue reading May 15 – Lower Sabie
After the fog wore off this morning, it turned out to be another beautiful day and it was time to pack up and head for Crocodile Bridge. First sighting this morning was a tiny mouse running across the road, but no picture of the little guy. That sighting was followed by Hyaenas at a den… Continue reading May 10 – Pretoriuskop to Crocodile Bridge
I returned home in the evening of August 31st, which was a Friday and did not have to go back to work until the Tuesday, since Monday was a holiday and I had taken the Sunday as a vacation day. This gave me time to adapt to the time change. Everyone had told me that… Continue reading Catching Up
Its only 5 months till Christmas – are you ready yet? It was 14C under a sunny sky with just a light breeze when Chester and I walked along the Red River this morning. I did enjoy the heat of the last few weeks, but am glad things are back to normal. It will get… Continue reading Birds and Trees
With luck, we will have a thunderstorm this morning or afternoon and the temperature will drop some. The temperature only dropped to 24C last night and with the high humidity it feels like 34C (93F) at 7am. Right now, they are only predicting 30C (feels like around 40C, which is 104F),because of the expected rain.… Continue reading Thunderstorm?
For the first time in over 2 weeks, I turned the air conditioner off last night. Since the humidity is so high, there wasn’t any use turning it off even if the temperature was dropping a bit below 20C overnight because it would have to work harder to get rid of the humidity the next… Continue reading A Cool Morning