Posts Tagged ‘Agterwitzenberg Passage’
My memory of the Agterwitzenberg Passage is a collage of radical landscapes… and lots and lots of walking.
I didn’t breathe as I walked. Mute, stunned, and disturbed, I could not look away. How did I arrive here?
If there were was anything to be learned hiking up this mountain, it was to awaken the inner wild side and “be less sheepish!”
The story of the Cape Fold Mountains, told by a non-geologist, to help you know what you’re standing on.
“Answer this as you walk: what within me has been tamed and what is wild?”
We took refuge from our arduous day in the spotted shade and birdsong found under a farmer’s oak trees.
As dusk faded and the night turned pitch-black and cold, I laid out my sleeping bag to prepare for another easy night under the stars. But when I rolled over, I spotted what looked like a group of conspirators in the dark.