Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve - Part 3


We arrived at our destination and some of us explored the walking paths near the lighthouse. Cape Point is at the tip of the Cape Peninsula and 60 km from Cape Town. We road the funicular to the top. On our way back to the parking lot, we saw the baboons scavenging and harassing visitors with food. It's not permitted to feed them, because this will only perpetuate the problem.

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The Funicular

The Flying Dutchman Funicular

Jeremiah, Amanda, and Samantha
climbing the stairs

Jessica and Jeremiah














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Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve - Part 2


Here are more photos of our scenic drive through the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve. Our destination was Cape Point. I'll end off the series next week with photos of that location.

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Tuesday, May 8, 2018

Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve - Part 1


During the December Holiday, we visited Cape Point with my mom and step-dad. It's a scenic drive through the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve. The day was gorgeous with blue skies and white clouds.

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Siblings: Amanda, Jeremiah, Jessica, and Samantha


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Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Scenic Du Kloof Lodge and Du Toitskloof Winery


Whenever we meet my mother-in-law half way to pick up or drop off kids, we meet at Du Kloof Lodge. They have the mountains, the river, and a man-made trout farm. Another place in the area that we visit often for light meals is Du Toitskloof Winery. Today I'm sharing photos of both.

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Tina (Me)







Sisters: Amanda, Samantha, and Jessica

My son, Jeremiah, and me

Robbie and me enjoying Du Toitskloof red wine

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