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11  September 2013:

On our way to the Augrabies Falls National Park.

We did not have breakfast at Azalea Guesthouse so we stopped at Akkerboom Farm stall for something to eat. Unfortunately they did not serve breakfast or food.  You can buy all sorts of nicknacks at the farm stall and also the best Ginger Beer and Carrot Cake…. I will post some more photo’s of Akkerboom Farm stall when we revisited it a few days later.

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A Blast from the past… Project 365/131

11  September 2013:

On our way to the Augrabies Falls National Park we drove past this cute little farm stall. Unfortunately it was closed but I loved the painted characters on the walls. Just had to stop and capture it.

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A Blast from the past… Project 365/130

11  September 2013:

My room and bathroom at the Guesthouse where we stayed in Upington. We only really used it to sleep was on the road most of the times.
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A Blast from the past… Project 365/129

10  September 2013:  On route to Upington.

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10  September 2013:  On route to Upington.

When we reached the little town of Aggeneys I could not believe how small it is. The mine on the one side and some houses and in the main road there was a garage, laundry and a general dealer. Luckily for me the general dealer had a small take away inside. I was very hungry and bought us each a “large” chips or must I say it was more like a small chips…

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10  September 2013:  On route to Upington.

About 4 km after we saw our first nest we saw one that was still in progress. The weavers flew in and out of the nest. We spend nearly half an hour just watching and capturing this progress and teamwork.

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10  September 2013:  On route to Upington.

On the long road to Upington I got very hungry and I told my parents that I was going to look for a take away at the nearest town. I then took the turn off to a little mining town Aggeneys. Not long after the turnoff we spotted the first Sosial weaver birds nest. I stopped and just had to capture it. I found it fascinating. Unfortunately this one was empty no weavers in sight.

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10  September 2013:  On route to Upington.

We stopped along the road to capture some landscape scenes and on the one pole there were a black crow calling and his mate. My parents said it looked like he was talking to me. The closer I got to him the harder he called.

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10  September 2013:  On route to Upington.

The road between Springbok and Pofadder was not very scenic, but still beautiful in it’s own odd way. Miles and miles of Red sand plains and also rock  outcrops covered in flowers in the flowering season during August to September depending on the rainfall in the region.

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10  September 2013:  On route to Upington last glance at Goegap Nature Reserve.

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