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INDABA 01/09/2003
 

 
 

The "Laid Back on a Mountain Top" Indaba

This was the Indaba that almost wasn't.....   Brett was away on what turned out to be the "train trip from HELL",  and many others had previous engagements...

BUT, as usual, a small band of people turned up and we had a great Indaba !

We met at the top of Mt Wolvi, and soaked in the scenery and the great weather. (but it DID get HOT ! )     There were some people who had camped there the previous night, who told of their travels and experiences to our early "arrivers"....

As usual, click a pic for a larger image...

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GREAT PLACE ! Warm day... warm hearts

We had a leisurely morning tea (which seemed to go on all day.....) and chatted about everything from reincarnation to "eagle eyes" to sausage roll recipes, to ....

The subjects rolled into each other and we discussed the pros and cons of each, delving into the depths of some, and light heartedly skipping over others...

Morning tea became lunch, as we continued our discussions into all sorts of things and munched our way through our food supplies...

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Chatting Great View !!

Les suggested a TaiChi session, and those of us who weren't too sleepy followed his moves, accompanied by soothing taped music, and thoroughly enjoyed the experience... (a first for some of us ! )

We related our thoughts and impressions that we experienced during the session, and it was interesting to hear that almost everyone who participated, experienced something that was  "for them"....

All in all it was a GREAT DAY (even with the heat) and all who attended, left with a wish to "do it again"....


Webmaster's comment:
Many thanks to LES, for his leading of the TaiChi session, and his explanations of the movements. (also for the sausage rolls !!!!)
Sometimes it is better to dance on a mountain top with your own thoughts, than to dance to the tune of the "controllers" in this world.....

 

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