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Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Rosemary Hill

I came across  info on a wonderful Farm market out in the Donkerhoek part of Pretoria,
called Rosemary Hill.... It's obviously a working farm, but they also run a wonderful tea
garden and an organic market twice a month.

On arrival you are greeted by a very neat and orderly parking area and this
"speed" sign - 30kms - dead slow - a sign of things to come?
 
some of the gorgeous Nguni cattle on the property



wild grasses amidst fruit trees, blowing in the gentle breeze 
and

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13 comments:

Firefly said...

It looks like a great place. Will you be showing some more of the actual market? We have lots of craft markets, but nearly enough proper farm markets.

OneStonedCrow said...

Looks like a great little spot - although I was born in PTA and grew up in Joburg I haven't been back in years, in fact I'm terrified to visit Gauteng due to the bad publicity - but it just goes to show ... beauty can be found anywhere ...

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

On back-country roads
slow to 30 kmh—
no hurrying here!

Homeless in Seattle

Auntie E said...

Love the Cows it's a reminder of my Farm life.
My Ruby Link for you

Jo said...

Hi Gena;) How I long for home when I read your post! This looks like a lovely place. Thanks for visiting my blog today. It was good to see you again. Blessings and hugs. Jo

Gwendolyn L said...

Great post! Wonderful pictures of the local cattle. Thanks for sharing.

Dianne said...

love the expression on the cow's face
looks like a lovely place to spend the day

shopannies said...

awesome pictures

Rod Burger said...

30km/h, that's slow, at least if the cops run out of gas they can pursue you on foot.

Beverly said...

so beautiful. what a great place to find

eileeninmd said...

Looks like a lovely place to visit. Loved the cows! Wonderful photos!

Joyce said...

You have a nice eye for some great shots. Thanks for sharing your finds with me.
Joyce

Ms. Bake-it said...

Love the cattle! Especially the one in the second photo! Pretty coloring.

~ Tracy

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