Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Bo La Motte Farm in Franschhoek

At the end of May, we enjoyed a family reunion weekend in Franschhoek, one of the oldest towns in South Africa. Some of us stayed in the four-star historical cottages at Bo La Motte Farm. The main dinner was held at the Owl Cottage, where our family of six slept for the two nights. All of the photos that I'm sharing today were taken on the gorgeous grounds of this wine farm, which is one of the original farms established by the Huguenots in the late 1600's.

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Sisters: Amanda and Samantha

Hubby (on the left) and his aunt, Mary, were
also celebrating big birthdays. On the
right is Nelius, renowned glass artist
and family friend. Check out this fun
project that he helped create for a hotel
in Cape Town: The Washing Line.

Hubby with his uncle, Philip, who published
a book on his partner's work titled,
Nelius Britz - works in glass.


Hubby took this photo of me.

Hubby took this photo of the Owl Cottage.

And, he took this photo of our teenage daughters,
Samantha and Jessica.

My mother-in-law, Ann, with her
granddaughter, Samantha, and her
sister, Mary.

Amanda and Ann with one of the
handsome German Shepherds on
the Bo La Motte Farm.

Another of their handsome
German Shepherds

Amanda playing with one of the
dogs outside of our cottage.

The view from one of the cottages.

A pair of Egyptian Geese at one of the dams.


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Tina Morley
All original photographs by Tina Morley
unless stated otherwise. 1camera1mom is
mostly in English mit ein bisschen Deutsch.

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Viewing Franschhoek from the Road

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