Van87

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Geez, you guys have some lekker things and places in your towns.

The only thing I suppose i love about my current “town” (JHB) is a pub called Hogshead.

My holiday house though, that’s a different story, wish I could move and live there permanently (Mpumalanga)
Ah good ol Hogshead! Not sure it's the same one, but I use to frequent the Bryanston one at the garage... Good times.
 

Whright

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Ah good ol Hogshead! Not sure it's the same one, but I use to frequent the Bryanston one at the garage... Good times.
I think there is three, one in Rosebank, one somewhere in honeydew, but I normally have piss ups at the the hogs in Douglasdale, also next to a garage.
 

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@Grouter


My favorite place to go fishing, been going to Sedgefield for holidays since birth, started fishing when I was 4, caught my first freshwater fishing Groenvlei, and first saltwater fish in Swartvlei

Would love to live there.

Was there a few weeks ago for a few days fishing, will be back before June for another fishing trip

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RedViking

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newklear

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@Grouter


My favorite place to go fishing, been going to Sedgefield for holidays since birth, started fishing when I was 4, caught my first freshwater fishing Groenvlei, and first saltwater fish in Swartvlei

Would love to live there.

Was there a few weeks ago for a few days fishing, will be back before June for another fishing trip

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Beautiful photo's! You are brave though, that is one big spider!
 

RedViking

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And here we go. And hour from Durban we have this beautiful gem called the Midlands Meander. My dream is to live here one day, maybe. We religiously go here once a term. My escape. And not far from home. I have so many photos and experiences I will never be able to tell you of all the awesome views and place and even small things. Just too many. It it changes from Winter to Summer and inbetween so much.

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SlinkyMike

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I know it's cliche for an Capetonian to answer mountain/ocean but this was a snap from my walk the other morning, dropped the youngest and then nipped a little ways up the Twelve Apostles and holy crap, just look at that.

Kudos on the positive thread OP. :thumbsup:

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Norrad

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Some visitors to the bottom of the garden. I'm trying to leave that part as wild as possible for the animals. So far I've had bushbucks, duikers, porcupines, mongooses, bushpigs, tortoises, monkeys, loads of birds and snakes. Love the wildlife living in a small town.

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