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This is the story of the wanderings of two lifelong friends who had the courage to live their dreams in some of the last remaining wilderness left in southern Africa. The days when you could wander freely throughout the Dark Continent on your own, in search of great adventure, were fading fast when South Africans Hoffman Theron van Zijl and Gerhard Bolt came of age and set ...more
Hardcover, Limited Edition, 264 pages
Published 2015 by Safari Press
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Jan-Marten Daling
Oct 05, 2017 rated it it was amazing
This book will not only leave you longing for the african bush but inspired through its tales of adventure. The author pulls you into his environment with rigour to the point of sweat drops forming. Thoughtful, real, engaging. I admit to reading it multiple times and highly recommend this book.
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During the '50s a boy grew up on a farm on the South African Highveldt. It was the same farm where his grandfather had grown up, and his great grandfather and so back for six generations.
The boy loved nature and stories and even while he still had to stand his horse next to an anthill to mount, he would roam the veldt far from the old homestead on foot or on horseback, and all the time stories
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