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I own no land, instead I have wheelestate. I’ve been a full time RVer since 1997. Working summers as a Park Ranger takes me to many beautiful places and playing during the winter takes me to many more. This blog is simply the story of my life's adventures.

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Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Mac-Mac Falls South Africa

01 R37 N Mpumlanga ZA (1024x759)
After leaving Lone Creek Falls, Joan took me to Mac-Mac Falls, yet another spectacularly plunging sight...

11 comments:

Jo said...

Oh how lovely, Gaelyn. We're going through Mpumulanga this holiday but not in this area. Once we've been to Dullstroom Birds of Prey Rehab centre, where we sponsor a Cape Eagle Owl, we will motor (bike) straight up to the Botswana border and onto Gaborone. Have a wonderful day. (((Hugs))) Jo

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

Oh what a lovely place Gaelyn. I think I might have been there myself at one time but I never took any pictures of it. :)

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

I miss the opening picture, but this one is great as well. Oh yes Mac-Mac falls, more memories..... Diane

LindyLouMac said...

Called by via Food fun and Life. What an interesting adventure your life appears to be.

EG Wow said...

Hmmm. How interesting that the Twill Falls was created by an explosion!

Diane AZ said...

Cool looking twin falls, lizard, dragonfly and lily, and I like the stand of trees in the last one too.

√ Abraham Lincoln said...

You have some beautiful photos here in this post.

Thanks for visiting and commenting on my blog.

I sure don't miss bucking hay. A man who lived in the town where I was born used to take the back end off Model T Fords and Model A Fords and then weld up a row of sockets into which went a 16 foot long pole of oak sharpened on the end. He called them "Buck Rakes" and the object was to back up down a row of hay and it would collect until it was 10 feet high or more and then he cranked the rake up off the ground and drove into the barn with it.

He called it bucking hay.

Barb said...

Gaelyn, This was a trip of a lifetime! What amazing scenery! I like that last far-away shot.

Firefly said...

I'm jealous about the fact that you really got to explore a part of this beautiful country that I have never been to. The Mac Mac Falls truly are worth seeing.

Small City Scenes said...

Super pics. I like the info about Mac-Mac Falls.
Love the journey we are going on through your eyes. MB

Janie said...

The twin falls look beautiful and natural. Interesting to learn that they were created by gold seekers.

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