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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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Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Back to the coast South Africa

01 R328 S Outeniqua Mts Little Karoo Western Cape ZA (1024x639)

After an exciting day of caving and riding an ostrich (see previous post) I headed back though the Outeniqua Mountains to the coast to find a place to stay for the night.

02 R328 S Outeniqua Mts Little Karoo Western Cape ZA (1024x768)

03 R328 S Outeniqua Mts Little Karoo Western Cape ZA (1024x673)

04 R328 S Outeniqua Mts Little Karoo Western Cape ZA (1024x768)

05 Robinson Pass R328 S Outeniqua Mts Little Karoo Western Cape ZA (1024x768)

The view from Robinson Pass drew my eye on to forever.

06 Perdeberg River Valley & old road R328 S Little Karoo Western Cape ZA pano (1024x403)

Perdeberg River Valley

07 Old road & Outeniqua Mts R328 Little Karoo Western Cape ZA (1024x768)

I stopped and discovered a portion of the old road.

08 Blackberries R328 S Little Karoo Western Cape ZA (1024x768)

And picked a few blackberries.

09 Klein River Valley R328 S Little Karoo Western Cape ZA (1024x522)

Before continuing to the coast.

6 comments:

Nina F said...

It looks like you were driving on the left side of the road? Or have I missed a post :-)

RuthieJ said...

It looks similar to some places you've taken us to in the southwest....until that road sign in the last photo!

Johnny Nutcase said...

so cool! That's so exciting you got to go to Africa. Can't wait to get over there one day. I definitely enjoy all your posts on it!

Barb said...

Nice to see the open roads and blue vistas you enjoyed on your trip, Gaelyn!

Martha Z said...

This looks a bit like the arid western US. That ostrich didn't look very tame, doesn't seem like you stayed on very long.

Firefly said...

There really are some fantastic views from the Robertson Pass.

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