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What a sight to awaken to – an early morning surprise.

Anyway the weekend is here again, enjoy.


A company car spotted in town, well decorated in a novel manner.

Ah, weekend again as the year slowly runs out, enjoy.

Blocked in by the visitor, fortunately there was no need for me to go out.

Enjoy a lazy after lunch moment.

Is this the car or does it refer to the owner?

Enjoy a super day.

On approach to land, journey’s end.


Enjoy the day.

Sunrise seen through a tree.

Early daybreak

Overload, it is normal.


Enjoy the day.

Enjoying a cloudless day on wheels.


Have great day to the start of the new week.

….. but some cars are has been.

Has been

This wreck has been parked at a semi-informal shopping center for months. I wonder what happened to the owner.

Thursday afternoon past I took a neighbour to the airport to take his flight to London.  They journey out took some twenty minutes.  Returning home was a different story all together. I was silently delighted that I no longer have to face rush hour traffic five days of the week. The return journey took just on an hour.

Rhodes Drive at 4:15pm

A Friday traffic jam 1

A Friday traffic jam 2

I shudder to think what that same route looks like on a Friday afternoon. Enjoy the midweek day.

At first light I went out to go check the rain gauge to see how much rain we received during what sounded as a wet dark hour era.  Lo and behold this is what caught my eye – an electoral flat tyre.


No comments on my reaction or my vocabulary improvement when I dealt with the matter in the afternoon. Anyway, we went to our polling station in my wife’s car which can be interpreted as that I was chauffeur driven to go exercise my voting right.



Hoping that midmorning would be a quiet time we were surprised by the number of people people waiting in line at the voting station.


Voters came in all sizes and shapes and it was almost if there was a carnival atmosphere prevailing and no complaining over the long waiting time ahead.


Even pooches came to vote.


Officials scanning an ID book to make sure the voter is registered to vote at the particular voting station.


Today will be spent mostly looking at the results and then as of tomorrow life will be back to normal.

Enjoy a super day.

PS.  Took us just on an hour before our patriotic duty was done.