After a windy and damp night (outside not inside) we woke a little earlier packed the car up, checked out and headed into the park. it was a very overcast morning and was threatening to rain again. It wasn’t long after we entered the park that the rain started making it difficult to spot as i think the animals were hiding.
We made our way into the park and once the rain stopped we started to spot some animals. we didn’t see any cats even though it seemed like we looked under every tree, rock and down every creek humanly possible.
Our spotting for the morning included:
As we were headed back to the city, we left the park about midday and said bye bye to the parks and bush – for this trip. I love being in the bush here and i hate leaving it almost as much as i am going to hate getting on that plane on Saturday 🙁
We had decided to stop off in Hartbeespoort for a bite to eat and to check out the wares at the rather decent sized tourist trap trinket flea market. I shouldn’t bag it out too much, each trip we have headed there and picked up some nice stuff. We ended up buying a few items that we hadn’t gone in looking for but picked up some really nice pictures that we were looking for so i guess it all balances out.
We arrived home later in the afternoon to three very excitable little puppies who have been home ‘alone’ since Monday when we all left – Monica (house help) has been looking after them for Charmaine and Lance.