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... the fact remains Alick decided to abandon his files and months of planning and threw caution to the wind and packed the car, oz tent and all the necessary all by lunchtime! Shows it can be done. We were on the road by 5:49 and had a quick stop at the Engen in Hermanus and were soon driving threw the glorious canola fields and past Blue Cranes heading for Worcester and took the Over Hex Valley turnoff to bypass Worcester to get to the N1! We ...
Day 11 stage 10........380km's Thursday 20 August
Steynsberg......town........what town.......our opinion is the man,horse and ghost's have left the town:)
We stayed at Redfin in a chalet, that was........okay for R150 each a night.........say no more!! Mike and Lucy Penns who own Redfin have been living in Steynsberg for 24years originally from Rhodesia. What an interesting chap, early Thursday morning he took Norm ...
... start at 10.00. Again the weather was glorious 32 degrees, England were in a sticky position but James Vince went to 100 then onto 150, and this time he did acknowledge the support, apparently he had been told by the management after his reluctance at Parrl. The storage thing happend just before tea when the guys declared, we found out that SA had offered the draw, but England were only 200 odd runs on with 50 overs to bowl. England snapped their hands off
That night was ...
... to achieve. However apparently the dux (there is a dux of every year) achieves medium 90's so I guess its pretty similar to TKS, excluding the 100% run of Penna in English...
It was on Tuesday, when Max had a rowing trial and I, no other way home, that I pulled on the takkies (joggers/runners/anything but takkies) and went for a run. My course was simple: to traverse the road which runs, in a loop, around all of Saints, that is, the Boy's College and GIrls College ...
... rest. This actually made it also a very sad place to be. Outside they
had the Womans Monument and in addition they had some art work based
on this theme. This included a metre high ball of barbed wire with a
huge pair of knitting needles stuck through. On leaving here we went
to a campsite recommended by the tourist office, only to find they
had stopped camping 5 years before. In the end we slept in a garage