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Photographic trips & Charlie Mason

A big thank you to my old friend Charlie (Charis) Mason who has accompanied me on some of my trips to lesser, well known parts of our Province. He is a great raconteur and has a huge general knowledge, has acted as car guard, as I “do my thing”, and is generally great company. What […]

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Drummond

A big thank you to Kathleen Mack of the Mill House at Drummond for providing me with so much information on the area and taking the time to show me some of the historical documents relating to the area.She has lived here for many years and is clearly very passionate about the local history. So […]

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Wagon Hill – Ladysmith

On my ¬†visit to Wagon Hill, I came in for an attack of another kind . Whist walking up to the Burgher Monument I came under attack¬† from some very angry Wasps , clearly very agitated in the hot weather. Did the 100 metres in record time to evade the onslaught. Those visiting Wagon Hill […]

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Nkambule Battle site visit

I visited the Nkambule 1879 battle site with Louis Daniel M. Scheepers, whose wife owns the Petra’s Farm Guesthouse in Vryheid. He is a keen historian and was able to identify his Great Grandfather’s name on my Spionkop photo of the Burgher Memorial on the crest of Spionkop namely L.D.M.Scheepers of the Heilbron Commando.

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