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Why a trumpet?

It is important to call the elephants back to the area. By blowing on one of the 5-6 nozzles at the bottom, a trumpet sound echoes through the area.

https://blogs.litnet.co.za/rewaco/?p=1965

You need lungs of an elephant to get a noise out of those things. Edited by copperhead
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Top one in Willowmore. Second one it is somewhere on the bike and third one is Greyton. New tent. Lekka happy. It kept me dry last night. Saturday will be a tester. Apparently some mega storm moving in ????????

Jip, worked in Genadendal/Greyton today ... raining properly.

 

Had some HEAVY rain on the N2 ....

 

Pack up that tent and head in.land ... quickly ....

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Autumn evenings on the Highveld not too shabby either [emoji41]310c383e2c3b17bba21934a8bca182f0.jpg7bd5387f4a86757084d472daef44e60d.jpg

those clouds last night were epic.

My wife remarked that it looks like they were all racing towards the setting sun

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those clouds last night were epic.

My wife remarked that it looks like they were all racing towards the setting sun

I saw pretty much the same view, but my specific route didn't put me in a position to get a good enough photo. Besides, intervals took priority on yesterday's ride.

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The joys of being self employed/unemployed/nothing to do today...You can ride whenever! And I like warm lunctime rides in winter!

But it looks like I interrupted someone's lunch today...(nice fat meaty peice of puffy.....).  

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The joys of being self employed/unemployed/nothing to do today...You can ride whenever! And I like warm lunctime rides in winter!

 

But it looks like I interrupted someone's lunch today...(nice fat meaty peice of puffy.....).  

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I'm always impressed with whoever catches and eat puffadders, whether it is a badger or a secretary bird, and I remind myself to give those guys a wide berth, because if you can do THAT to a puffy, I don't want to get on your wrong side. :)

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I'm always impressed with whoever catches and eat puffadders, whether it is a badger or a secretary bird, and I remind myself to give those guys a wide berth, because if you can do THAT to a puffy, I don't want to get on your wrong side. :)

That puffy was about as thick as my wrist...around 20cm or so.....A fair size...I have seen baboon and a caracal in these hills...Would have been a tasty treat for them!

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