Yes, I understand we are said to be winding down there Tuesday emails but there may be a couple of before the new system kicks in. Meindert Hoving, David le Page, Douglas Rossouw, Rod Prodgers, and I fulfilled for tea and scones last week to discuss a means of consolidating the emails of the many databases; those giving general information especially.

Progress has been made. We have a plan but it is going to have a little effort from the IT boss (David and Meindert) to create. Quite honestly, these were speaking, it sounded like English but I couldn’t understand a word they said. So Rod will put an explanatory be aware jointly after David and Meindert have done……the things…….that they need to do.

We will also try to rope Spencer in onto it such that it covers CRAG, MATES, Celtics and VOB path databases but will cut out all duplications. 1. Yesterday As advertised, Jackie Romanov continued to be looking for one more entry to the Safari Half Marathon on 1 May. 2. I have experienced a query regarding morning path working groupings.

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Does anyone know of any morning hours groups that could welcome runners signing up for them? I am not discussing the hectic training groups for top-level runners that Coach Dion would take. I am talking about groups for the normal range of runners. If anyone understands of such groupings, please let me know. Route explanation: We begin from the car parking area at the state entrance of Cecilia Forest and mind gradually up the jeep track toward the TMNP offices. We skip the left turn and continue right and up for approximately 108 m and we take a left and rise, following the stream.

As we get to the main intersection where in fact the big gum trees and shrubs are, we change right, following contour path. After getting close to the turn-off for Kirstenbosch Garden and Rooikat Ravine, we continue straight on the contour path transferring Nursery Ravine and Skeleton Gorge and soon after that people take the second right turn-off into Kirstenbosch Garden.

We then glide down on single monitor until we get to the garden itself and turn right to follow the pathways, which take us below the reservoir and steadily up to the jeep track again. Once there we go down the jeep track to make contact with the parking area. Walkers: John Yeld will lead walkers on a BRISK walk, leaving from the same place at the same time, for the same approximate duration.

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