Tomorrow morning, Rob and I will be loading up the Landy and heading off into the countryside, to Dullstroom, heart of South Africa’s ‘Trout Triangle’. Rob has gotten herself off work for the day, I have the freedom and flexibility of a consultant (and I have been working pretty damn hard, actually – so has she) so we shall head off through the morning traffic, somewhere around 9 or so, and arrive comfortably in time for lunch in our abode for the weekend – Joe’s Place (see here). I am hoping to take a few photographs; we will catch a few trout, in the trout store of course, chuck a few logs on the fire and generally wind down and chill.

We have little time left, before we embark for the (moderately) Far North, and far chillier climes: we plan on stretching the time, where we can, with a few pleasant excursions.

Perhaps there might be a landscape or two, to post, when we return.