Going back to the urban forest thing; This weekend saw the beginning of the butterfly annual migration, millions of little white butterflies all heading eastwards in waves. Final destination Madagascar off the African east coast, a staggering distance of over two thousand miles (3200 kilometers). As can be imagined, forests provide refuse and sustenance to large varieties of wild birds. There are flocks of wild parrots, actually parakeets,
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I don't have any friends here yet, they're all in Cape Town but this too shall pass. I've been attending the Presbyterian Church in Elma Park. Mostly a very old congregation but it was still the holidays so maybe things will change next week when everyone is back at work and school, we'll see. I'd like to join a home-cell group and meet people, how else am I going to make friends, I work all week.
I'll write more about my new home in the near future. Blessings to everyone, Geoff.