Good evening dear Blogger friends. At last posting on 23 May, I thought I'd get back to blogging regularly.
1st June dawned, with it snow on our beautiful Drakensberg mountains, and guests poured from all over South Africa to experience this phenomena. Strange as it may seem to my friends in the USA and Canada, snow is an oddity in our country.
The entire Drakensberg mountain range was under snow that day and for several days afterwards. My personal experience that day was that Thandi and I were cleaning my two-sleeper unit, The Bunker after guests, and prepping for incoming guests. As we travelled towards the mountains that morning, it was snowing, and we could see the mountain being sprinkled with snow, resembling icing sugar.
Of course, the snow is HIGH up in the mountains and nowhere near any accommodation. This was a question we had to answer to several callers phoning to find out if it's snowing on accommodation patio or in the garden. The answer was always a firm "no". You can come and stay; come and enjoy the vision of the snow on the mountains.
Meanwhile, I have had back-to-back bookings since 31 May.