We are adapting quickly ☺
Our new “safe” home.
Why don’t they make cars like this anymore?
We camped a few days at the Canyon Roadhouse and enjoyed the classic old timers scattered in the garden as well as in the restaurant.
Goshawk stole his mouse, a typical behavior of these birds.
Not so innocent goshawks.
Stunning area, we loved it! Guess that is a stupid comment because if we did not like it and thought it was rubbish, I would not post it on the blog would I?
The old watermill still does its work the traditional way, leading water from the Orange River to the vineyards.
The Stone Church was completed in 1831 and is the oldest existing mission church still in use north of the Orange River. Reverend Robert Moffat and Doctor David Livingstone also held services here.
We overnighted in front of Campbell Bazaar, fuel station, post office and general dealer in one, in the center of town surrounded by many historical sites.
It was interesting to find out that the plains zebra was first described here scientifically by early explorer William Burchell and named after him.
A beautiful dam at the foothills of the Drakensberg Mountains.