|At the left turn you will head towards the imposing Kerkenberg Mountain.|
|We follow the Piper as he leads us onwards.|
|We drive over the dam wall, up and over a small hill and are surrounded by beautiful mountains.|
|Nesshurst horses and the road to the homestead.|
|The chairs under the trees are the first sign that a lot of enjoyable hours are spent here visiting with friends and family.|
|Remnants of a transport ox-wagon which has survived the ravages of time.|
|A Cape carriage “slap bang” in front of our very eyes!|
|Beautiful details inside of the carriage and the hide of a Caracal which Leon tanned himself.|
|A “Breiklip” used in the tanning and processing of raw hides, |
hangs from a beam along with some “osrieme” or leather strips.
|Interesting tools used by farmers of the time.|
|An interesting drill.|
|Cream separators and milk cans.|
|A yoke and harness against the wall.|
|Leon’s childhood clay oxen – a typical toy played with by children in the past.|
Household itemsButter boards, pans and forms, irons, coffee grinder, butter churn and sausage maker.
The day sped by far too fast…..
Once again thank you so much to the Writer and his wonderful Queen for such a wonderfully special time.