Sunday, August 15, 2010

Early morning history

In March, Grant and I stopped over at a historical village in the Eastern Cape. You can read about it if you scroll down to my previous post today. Above is the restored Post Office and General Dealer which now houses a dining room and a pub museum. (British memorabalia of the Royal family, especially Diana Princess of Wales and her sons, is displayed in cabinets)

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  1. Another great picture from your stop at the little village in the Eastern Cape.

  2. Historical villages are so interesting. Nice shot of this building and the blue roof adds to it.

  3. The blue roof is lovely against the green hills and blue mountain range and sky. What a pretty place!

  4. It's exciting whenever you are sharing interesting things in a part of this world that some of us may never see. Thank you.

    Thank you also sister Jo for leaving me a much needed encouragement and especially your prayers. I'm so grateful for so many bros/sisters in Christ who are quick to pray together in unity! Glory be to God!

    Praying God's blessings over you and your family. Stay safe and may you have a wonderful week ahead!

  5. Such a beautiful building. Great photo.

  6. I love the blue roof against the green. It looks very inviting.
    ☼ Sunny


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