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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, February 22, 2011

Coastal stops - Western Cape South Africa

01 Welcome BettysBaai sign R44 W Western Cape ZA (1024x768)
Just one of many small towns I stopped at along the coast road.  Read more here...

13 comments:

Barb said...

I'm glad you stopped for photos even though it was windy. These beach vistas are spectacular.

Small City Scenes said...

Stiop you must---the beauty calls you and your camera. Lovely.

Pringle is my father's name.

Are those white puffs little shore birds?
MB

Johnny Nutcase said...

that sounds like a pretty fantastic road trip. Those skies are just plain awesome! I bet Stony Point Nature Reserve had some pretty cool stuff. Fun fun!

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

Spectacular photos but I agree, I also do not like a combination of sand and wind! It stings like hell! Diane

Silver Fox said...

Love the white sands, too bad it was so windy!

Francisca said...

I can so relate to this! Stop, run out, click click, back in the car, push the pedal to the metal! :-D I LOVE unplanned road trips. You certainly captured some gorgeous scenery... I could drive here forever.

Elaine said...

You saw some fantastic scenery even if you couldn't spend any time on the beach. That's the best kind of roadtrip--just see where the road takes you.

tattytiara said...

Cool birds - I had to do a search to confirm the ones with curved beaks were ibises. Now that I've seen a photo it occurs to me I've only ever seen them in art and hieroglyphics!

forgetmenot said...

Beautiful bay area. What a lovely leisurely roadtrip you must have had. So nice to have the time to stop and enjoy each and every thing along the way. Really good shots!!!

Firefly said...

That piece of road from Hermanus past Betty's Bay and Pringle Bay has had wind just about every time I have passed through there. In Betty's Bay there is also a Botanical Garden which is worth visiting.

Bibi said...

I'll take the wind-blown and blasted sand! These beaches are beautiful.

Hemma på Landet said...

Great pictures.:-)
Stina

Sondra said...

ITS very hard to even hold the camera steady in a good wind..and sand can really hurt. ITS beautiful sand tho..and I think your bird is the Australian White Ibis--really nice looking birds!
Im a new follower to your page, loofing forward to future posts!

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