Wednesday, 23 September 2009
Yes, it is a whale! In Hermanus the whales can be spotted on a short distance from the shore, quite amazing. A couple of whales some hundred meters further out also showed off with some jumping however no picture proof of those :-( There are also some pictures from Cape Town where you see for instance Table mountain and Robben Island. Lot's to see and explore just difficult to find a balance of work and leisure as I tend to get my priorities wrong from time to time.
Posted by Marcus Duveskog at 11:35
Tuesday, 15 September 2009
Thursday, 10 September 2009
Today breakfast at Vredenheim and lunch at Guardian Peak. Just wish that my laptop battery was better, at the moment it lasts max an hour and I always have to find a seat close to a power socket which usually takes me away from the most scenic seats where ever I go. Todays lunch was however a nice springbok shank, poor little thing but must admist he was a tasty little cutie.
Posted by Marcus Duveskog at 12:54
Wednesday, 9 September 2009
The Bollnäs branch of the Duveskogs family will have a future thanks to my best friend and cousin Toni and his wife Therese who managed bring hairy little Alex to this world. I had placed an order of arrival before I left for South Africa but Alex was not in a rush to see the light of this world. But now he has arrived and I have noticed the pride and happiness in his father. I congratulate You and share your happiness and now as the family future is secured I can feel a bit less of pressure on my shoulders :) The big question now is will little Alex follow in his father’s footsteps and support Bollnäs or will he follow in mothers footsteps and follow the big rival Edsbyn. Hope to see you in Bollnäs Flames in couple of years Alex ;)
Posted by Marcus Duveskog at 13:29
Tuesday, 8 September 2009
The office of the day is Asara wine estate with a spectacular view. A bit on the pricey side but they have comfortable couches and great scenery from the Sansibar bar where I am seated. Tried two other farms first but they did not have good spots for comfortable working.
Posted by Marcus Duveskog at 13:08
Monday, 7 September 2009
Will be on attempts to use technology to overcome barriers. Looking forward upon your comments on how you interpret the pictures? Got these pictures into my mind as I tried to fall asleep :-) Now 4:44 and need to stop the thinking process and doze of...
Posted by Marcus Duveskog at 04:34