A Bouquet

Dear Readers,

Thank you for the wonderful support through another year of blog posts.  Your continued interest and comments are so appreciated.  This year whisked by all too quickly unfurling through the seasons and nature’s bewitching patterns.  Unexpected events too – fire, storms and the continuing drought all added to the drama.   Hope you’ll hop on board for a ride through next year’s stories revealing the wildlife characters living at the foot of Africa, here on this wild side of the southern reaches of the Cape Peninsula.

Wishing one and all a wonderful year ahead, and here’s hoping you may imbibe healthy doses of nature outdoors and be inspired:  “Carpe Diem” !




6 thoughts on “A Bouquet

  1. 2017 was a turbulent year for many countries with the fires and the floods, the hurricanes and the droughts. Not to mention all the man-made horrors. Let’s hope that 2018 is a better year.

    Thank you Liz for a year of wonderful wildlife pictures and stories. I look forward to joining you for another year. xx

  2. Thank you for 2017, dear Liz. Friends found here are precious. We encourage each other and try to look at the positive sides of the world in a constantly changing chaos. Nature is my best friend and helper – and your blog posts are always lifting me! I will stay with you as long as you go on blogging. Wildlife and stories keep me going. Cheers to a new and better year for the world – 2018.

  3. From the Rocky Mountains of Canada to the southern tip of Africa: I wish you the very best in the new year. There have been too many disheartening stories about wildlife in peril or disappearing altogether. Thank you for continuing to show the beauty of nature and why it must be protected from the many threats it faces.

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