Walking the Jeep Track Circuit

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This morning eight keen botanists and nature geeks ventured up the ZigZag above Voelklip.  As we arrived at the start of the Jeep Track, we were met by Frank, who had left before us.  A welcome stop for a drink gave us the opportunity to watch a pair of Cape Rockjumpers on the outcrops close by.  It was a great sight and they displayed beautifully.

Our stroll along the Jeep Track towards the Vogelgat boundary took us through what Sandy called ‘The Elysian Fields’, an area dominated by Leucadendrons and Restios.  Between these were many small and interesting plants that called for many stops and much discussion and fossicking* about!  The track back westwards from the boundary took us to the site of a previously visited patch of rare and endangered Mimetes capitulatus, but we failed to find them.  This caused some consternation – had they died or had they…

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