Friday, October 23, 2009


Today, Granddaughter and I made an ATV run to the top of the Table Mountains so she could see her first snow of the season. We also made the trip to the old WWII Radar site so i could check on the Plaque we placed there a year ago in living memory of Gordon Misner who served 14 months at that location during WW II. It's great to be able to say everything is still intact there Gord!
 

5 comments:

charlie said...

That's a pretty awesome landscape in the first photo especially!

Brian said...

Spectacular shots there Mohammad.

Any berries up that high?

Table Mountains said...

charlie,that first shot is where winds are born. that's the wreckhouse valley in that shot.

brian, plenty of bakeapples up there in summer!

A Scattering said...

What a lucky girl, you take her on such interesting expeditions! The plaque is a wonderful idea, his name can be remembered by the generations to come.

Anonymous said...

amazing geology and it must be a struggle for anything to grow there on those rocks.