L21 - STILLEWATER: 22nd – 24th Jan 2021

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O U T S P A N C H R O N I C L E S
STILLEWATER: 22nd – 24th Jan 2021

We arrived on Friday to join the rest of the campers, most of whom arrived the day before for the first outspan for 2021. The weather was extremely hot and the little splash pool provided some much needed relief from the 38+ °C heat. As evening rolled in we had some respite from the blazing heat and an enjoyable evening was spent around the geselsvuur. Saturday arrived with a welcomed breeze but was still very hot. Everyone did their own thing during the day with short visits to the splash pool every now and then. Sundowners with Mocktails took place under the lapa next to the fire pit where everyone started preparing their braai or potjie accompanied by their 'specialised' bread. Thanks to everyone who made the effort in the heat. Sunday morning was breezy and we gathered under the lapa for Indaba after which everyone packed up and left for home. We enjoyed the camaraderie and being back at camp after a long hiatus. Till we meet again, stay safe and God Bless.

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