Sunday, March 27, 2011

Sunday afternoon grays

We took the backroad to Dullstroom, not because it misses out the most expensive toll road in the country, but because its beautiful and lonely and quiet. And, particularly today, wonderfully moody, atmospheric.
Now we're sitting in Harrie's Pancakes in Dullstroom after scoffing down a creamy spinach and mushroom pancake, also a Thai chicken one with chilli marmalade.
Now for a slice of carrot cake and stainless steel plunger filled with local coffee from Sabie.
I wisely spent this weekend resting, so that as of tomorrow I can take on my new challenges as the publisher of the newspaper, while working closely with Claire Taylor, our month-old editor. I sense great things in the pipeline...

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