It’s always such a joy to see a rainbow, and this time, the end of it seemed to be quite close. in fact just the other side of the lake dividing us from our neighbours. That pot of gold had probably never been closer, but with Mr. A lurking somewhere in there, I thought it wisest not to swim over to look for it.
Mr. GBH stands stock-still not moving a muscle, as he surveys the water below. What patience he demonstrates as he watches and waits for his supper to appear.
I couldn’t resist a couple of photos of this bike with all it’s locks and trimmings, parked on Duval Street.
Is that a purple Elli hitching a ride?
It’s quite unusual to see only one duckling with a Mama duck. He’s a real cutie though.
“For once you have tasted Flight, you will walk the earth with your eyes turned Skyward, for there you have been and there you will want to return.” ~ Leonardo Da Vinci
We arrived home late last night, jet-lagged and travel-weary, but after a good night’s sleep in my own comfortable bed, I’m feeling quite rejuvenated. This morning, I was delighted to see that Mr. A had not deserted his post. He was faithfully patrolling the ‘moat’ in my backyard, just as I’d asked him to do when we left here six weeks ago.
There’s nothing quite like a bit of a knees-up on a fine winter’s day in Umhlanga.
It’s almost winter here in Umhlanga, but the weather is perfect for a day at the beach. Lots of activity here, and only one person seems to be relaxing.