This morning started off early with short drive from the office up OuKaapse to the entrance of Silvermine where we met for a company hike to, what I hoped would be a flowing waterfall.
We set off just after 9am, taking in the scenery that was still recovering from the fire, there were many green shoots still and fresh plant life abound. After 20min we could hear the gushing water of the 14m drop over the rockface.
After a few minutes resting and exploring the river and surroundings we descended the cliff side into the canopy below where we were able to enjoy far more than just the glorious shade.
A little further down we found a nice spot to sit and chat about important things, such as how this is a much better way to start a friday or how hot it was.
Unfortunately all good things do come to an end and it was time to head back up the trail and onwards to work.
Just a couple of snaps on the way up for artist’s sake.