I'm quite sure you didn't forget the kitchen sink.....hope it wasn't a day trip!
lol...you had me there for a second!
haha, that is very clever packing! i love these pics Val, most interesting african sights! did you buy any tomatoes??
Fantastic. Looks like a lovely start to summer.
Haha. Enjoyed the post.
Thank God George is a sober guide. . . .hahaha you have to wonder what the previous complaints were and who they were made to.These pics make me wish I was back on adventure *sigh*xxx
Susan - no, just a picnic actually :)Bonnie - now if the loading space was bigger....Lori Ann - you know i didnt buy tomatoes but now i wish i had! i think this bakkie is on its way to zimbabwe. not much ground clearance hey? Kristin - yes, get those chairs out in the shade for summer chats :)lgsquirrel - great hey?Janet - almost makes you want to hire him just to see - maybe on your next adventure? thanks for your comments; sorry i havent alwasy been able to leave cpmments on yours lately - on borrowed internet time at the mo, but will keep trying, and am reading all and loving the blogosphere as ever xxxV
Africa is just beyond me... I am trying to imagine a German policeman seeing such a packed car on a public road! He`d take a picture to show his grandchildren I suppose. And then come howling after you!And buying tomatoes in such a roadside shop? Well, hmm. Perhaps tomatoes, but some real dishes?What a sissy we are, here up in our so well-ordered lands! Thanks for this, Val! Great sights!
Are you really quite sure you packed enough...? :-)
Geli - its beyond us all sometimes :) but also very cool. always wonder how these stalls survive on just selling tomatoes for instance.Nicky - there is always room for more - i am sure i see a space up top...xxxV
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