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Unread postPosted: Thu Oct 04, 2007 8:25 pm 
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We live in a four bedroom house bordering a golf course which is now being developed into a golf estate - great when we bought last year - just in time for the sounds of building and builders replacing the once quiet surroundings - go figure

This is where I talk to you from - I have a little office at home and yes all those books next to the PC is my quizz ammo :twisted:

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There is a sliding door and a big window behind me that you cannot see in the pic - but this is the view I have from there.

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This is the view from my bedroom

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This is where I dart off to when I have to cook

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:thumbs_up: Looks lovely :D

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You all have such beautiful homes and big my home is quite small 3 bedrooms loung kitchen dinning and so on. The veiws some of you have are wonderful i would have to go on holiday to get that. Ido love my garden and my home always has music care of my daughters and love


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The most sentimental things I have in my house

Paintings done for me by SC

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Sorry SC I didn't ask if I could .... :redface:

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:clap: The Cat has some talent!!! :clap:

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This is the view out my front door from where I sit at my computer. Pretty now--will be all white in a few weeks!Like this :twisted:

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Front of my old log home in winter

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Hi Dale,

You have a beautiful house, picture perfect!

I just want to show you that we also have snow in Johannesburg. It happened on the 27th of June 2007 and snowed for about 10 min. My hubby wanted to capture the memories for future generations. (Fortunately I drive a black car, it wasn't very impressive anywhere else).

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Oh yes! It made the headline news on TV!

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hey Jenb...i'll add some of my pics to show what the snow was like here too. this is my garden...its an acre and it was absolutely covered in snow, thereby showing just how much snow there was :)

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At 5am
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Our thatch was covered all day
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this was just such a pretty pic
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even the plants looked beautiful with the snow cover
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and here are my 2 babies playing in the snow...
i couldn't get them inside :lol:

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Hey CC, here's what it looked like when it snowed earlier this year-
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Not as much as you, trust me I know, but this is the most I've had. :D

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Nice snow pics..WAC!!! :clap:

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Okay, this is so weird, I have to jump into this thread.

I got to page 6 reading through the thread and saw Oumie's post. As soon as I started reading it I knew there was a 50% chance we lived in the same suburb (there are only 2 Garden Cities in Cape Town)

But then I saw her photos and we live in the same STREET! :o :o
I watched those renovations day by day as I walked to the park with my kids!

Such a small world. I'm really enjoying being part of the Sanparks 'world' just by reading at the moment... thanks everyone.

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Small world ;)

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Unread postPosted: Tue Jan 01, 2008 9:42 am 
Gosh I cant believe the variety of different homes we have as forumites! Well - I live in the southern subs of Cape Town, in a little house that is not really worth mentioning. My computer lives on a counter in my kitchen, where I can hit the send and receive button as I go by to check whats new on the forum - I think I do spend faaaar too much time in my kitchen at the counter. I live with my SO (who has just become a forumite and addicted to the forum in less than 24hours), my 2 teenage sons (one of which is a avid forumite), 2 dogs, an african grey parrot (my baby) and a cockatiel! We have no real spectacular view, from any window. This all sounds very boaring, BUT, guess what? Like Michele Nel, I have a holiday house in a private little game park where there is nothing but peace and wild life. My view from any part of my house ? Mountains, the beautiful Witzenberg Mountain Range, with all its diffirent colours and moods!
So living in a tiny little box in the southern subs is a very small price to pay, when you compare it to your own little place in nature.

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Our house, in the middle of the bush!!


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Nice!!!! :dance:

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