I played "hookey" today and joined Hubby on a trip to the Bayete Adventure Camp near Modimolle to attend a function for the military pensioners in the area. Here is a picture story to tell you about it.
Just off the tarred road we came upon this car stuck in the mud. What the driver was doing so far to the side of the road is beyond me. Every Bushveldt dweller knows: When driving on dirt roads, you stay on the tracks, wether in rain or shine. We managed to pull him out and set him back onto solid ground and we were on our way.
The Bushveldt was beautifully green in the cool, rainy conditions. I could already feel the peace seeping into my soul through every pore.
Now how much more peacefull than this can you get?
Just a square meter of God's own garden.
There is just something about reeds and water!
I was once told that the surgical cloths in operating theatres are green because it is so restful on the eye and calming on the mind. Looking at the lushness of the Bushveldt like this, I can understand the truth of that.
Thank you for joining me on my walk.
Oops, I forgot, the function also went off well.
PS: For once all the photos are my own.