OK, OK, it is a fancy medical term for a sore throat and his face says it all
It still does not stop him from chaotically charging out of the house to go and bark at the gate.
Albeit that we live in a city in our neck of the woods one can say it is very rural with the large number of feathery wild life about. Yesterday evening moments before sunset a Cape Nonnie owl settled on a neighbour’s roof. Had just enough natural light to click a pic or two before it took off towards some trees nearby.
We hope this is a sign of a weatherwise a good weekend ahead for us. Enjoy the Friday.
The renovations of the house is progressing well and the contractor is keeping well on schedule. As one complete roof must be replaced it was decided to rather install the new roof onto the existing roof which entails only removing a few galvanised sheets to expose the main beams for anchorage and keeping the remaining sheets as partial insulation. However, this involves raising the parapet on part of the walls. For this bricks had to be gotten up to roof level and here the experts did it – one down on ground level and one up on the roof. Witnessed some expert brick throwing and took some action pics. Unfortunately the light was bad as it was already late afternoon and heavily over cast. But here goes.
I know of some rugby teams who can do with these guys
Enjoy the day.
Paging through my archive I stumbled across this photograph of a 1Time aircraft on approach to land at the Cape Town International Airport. In fact today it is a rather sad photo. 1time Airline (Pty) Ltd was a South African low-cost airline that operated between 2004 and 2012 when due to financial reasons attributable to various factors ended its operation on 2 November 2012. This left Kulula, BA (South Africa) both operated by Comair and Mango Airline as the dominating low-cost domestic and regional airlines in our neck of the woods.
Mango Airlines SOC Ltd, known as Mango, is a state-owned South African low-cost airline, founded in 2006 as a subsidiary of South African Airways, that operates domestic scheduled budget services. I often wonder what will happen if Mango, like 1Time, runs into financial difficulties. Will the State bail it out as it is doing with South African Airways?
Enjoying a sunny autumn day on the slopes of Table Mountain. Hope your day is as pleasant as mine.