Dot’s Dash with the Hurriers, April 2016


This morning, 13 Hurriers ventured up Dot’s Dash in what looked like threatening weather.  A brisk north-westerly breeze appeared to be bringing rain, but fortunately it cleared and we managed to stay dry!

As usual the flowers were magnificent with many proteas and abundant ericas, especially E. pillansii and E. sessiliflora.  The former are just reaching the end of their glory, but nevertheless put on a fine show.  A good stand of Protea coronata was seen in the burnt section above the western edge of Kleinmond.

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