Tomorrow I head north to continue building on the house - my mind is in a bit of a muddle because I'm still procrastinating as to how to complete the top section of the en suite bathroom.
I've kind of made up my mind but I have two viable options, each with it's own challenges to overcome ... decisions, decisions ...
I'll be off-line for about two months. I do have a portable USB device called a 'Netman' which allows me to access the internet from anywhere except my home - just out of range of the signal ... I will be able to check mail occasionally, using my old and painfully slow connection.
In the meantime, a few pics:
An aircraft flies past the moon.
Sign at Tsaobis Leopard Park.
Sign at the entrance to a Wine Farm in South Africa - I guess when they're closed they just drive the tractor away ...
A dry river bed.
Sign at one of the large grape farms, Aussenkehr, Namibia
I couldn't resist snapping a pic of this woman with five kids in tow.
Moose McGregor's Desert Bakery, Solitaire, Namibia.
Game grazing around the waterhole at Twee Palms, Etosha pans - I hope to spend a few days at the Pans while I'm in the North.
I fell in love with this worm in the garden of a restaurant
On my way north I must stop in Windhoek, a city I dislike intensely - I'm desperate to find some suitable long-sleeved shirts to keep the sun off my arms. Lately I've noticed that cuts and sores are taking longer to heal and I'm terrified of skin cancer.
I want to thank you all for continuing to visit this blog. I love interacting with you and indeed, without your comments, I wouldn't be blogging.
Most off all, I value your kindness and friendship.
Keep well Friends - I'll see you after awhile ...