As a suburban homeschooler, I often wonder our kids are getting enough country life as part of their education. “It is good for a man to bear the yoke in his youth” is one of those verses I think on, and wonder if our kids have it too cushy. This little stay at Eagle Falls gave our kids some “rough stuff” in their lives. Our kids climbed right up the wall of this waterfall.
This is the type of place resorts like Disney World are trying to imitate, but it is all natural, the real McCoy!
On our first hike here, we found a cave.
Dawn over the veld.
We are 3 kilometers from a decent gravel road, and I think 12 kilometers from tar, way out in the boonies. We have to hike 2.2 km’s to find cell phone reception. It is hard for Paul to make it to his appointments on time, but what a beautiful place to stay. Our car didn’t survive the rough roads and had to be fixed for 4 different things! So Paul rented this little “Herbie” while our Green Machine was getting fixed. I figure the Hippy-hop Beetle Hire will appreciate the advertising.