On Sunday we joined Steve and Estelle (Muthi's parents) and several of their friends for a potjie. The first thing I did was to photograph the trees in the dip below Steve's house.
The vibrant autumn colored trees surrounding accommodation in the valley below
The three older men sported hats; Bruce wanted a photo of this...
Bruce, Steve and Grant
Muthi joined the visitors on the lawn
Liz, Bruce's wife, gives Muthi a cuddle
Estelle shows us how playful Muthi still is
I thought it prudent here to explain how the word: Muthi is pronounced and what it means. Muti is actually traditional South African medicine. See here if you wish. Muthi's owners spell his name with an "H". The original word "muti" and this legendary dog's name, "Muthi" is pronounced: moottee.
From Steve and Estelle's garden, the mountains which we see from our house on the hill, looks very different. I clicked away at the changing scenes
After lunch the clouds had lifted and Cathkin Peak, Champagne Castle and Sterkhorn were visible
On the trip home, I photographed the trees on a large golfing estates in the valley
At home, the Guard Dog and his assistant were waiting for us!
HAPPY MONDAY TO YOU ALL!