There probably aren’t a whole bunch of us that have a cow called ¬†‘Ore,’ or a Springbok called ‘Lief-Lief’ roaming around in our gardens. But if you travel towards Velddrif, take a right, then a left, then go straight, head ¬†over a hill, first left, then right and carry on a bit, you’ll end up somewhere in between wherever. And that’s where you’ll find Kleinebegin. It’s here you’ll find all those English terms you studied (or didn’t) at school – like a gaggle of geese, a herd of cows, a flock of sheep and a constellation of stars – all nestled on the banks of the Berg River. This is the land where the term ”n boer maak ‘n plan’ also comes from. And it’s the place Farmer Tracy and her family call home. It’s also where Farmer Tracy and her husband SP allowed us to camp a few weeks back. Our two eldest kids, Gilli and Annie had ballet rehearsals and play rehearsals and, and, and… So we packed the car with our camping equipment, shoved Robbie and a friend into the car, and off we went with my sister Nicky and hubby Nico for a spot of fresh air and braaivleis. Once we arrived, xanaxlowprice.com/ Robbie and his mate fished their lungs out while the ‘big people’ sat around the fire and caught up on life a lot. There was a plenty of Afrikaans also going on which I always like because it gives me a chance to polish my skills flat-out. Then SP arrived and asked if I wouldn’t mind taking a few shots around the farm. That’s a bit like a red flag to a bull. The only problem shooting in a place like this is that you don’t have enough time. It’s a rough, rugged, hot, unforgiving land which is so appealing that you could probably spend a month here without getting all of the shots you wanted. So I walked around (with a beer in hand if I remember correctly) and took a few shots. I asked SP and Tracy if they would mind me bringing a bride over at some stage to do a Trash the Dress on their farm. The answer of course was: ‘geen problem, jy’s welkom eenige tyd.’ So now you know. Any takers? Dankie SP en Tracy, julle’s awesome hoor. Here are a few of the photos…

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