In August 2017 we began hiking with U3A from False Bay in Cape Town.

On the Jumping Board at Kasteelspoort above Camps Bay
On the Jumping Board at Kasteelspoort
above Camps Bay

The Ungardener with Cape Mountain Companions (not U3A).
And I on U3A Fynbos Rambles naming and photographing wildflowers.

Bartholina  spider orchid  October 2017
spider orchid
October 2017 

Snow on mountains, winter pools (in 2023)
After fire flowers supporting insects (in 2022)
Serruria hirsuta and Xiphotheca fruticosa (in 2021) 
Winter storms raging (in 2023) but flowers and blue skies in between
5 years of Fynbos Rambling (in 2022)
Great Southern Bioblitz (we won, again, in 2021)
Steenberg and Elsie's Peak, Noordhoek and Gifkommetjie (in 2021)
Myburghskloof Trail (in 2023)
So. Many. Fires (in 2024)
Repeat with a baboon dropping in for tea (in 2023)
Silvermine orchids and Rooihoogte for marshmallows (in 2022 with December 2021)
Elephant seal and ocean plastic (in 2019)

January UNfitness and February disas (in 2021)
Mountain flowers (in 2018)

Walking the Ungardener's knee (in 2022) and my flowers
Elsie's Peak, Slangkop and Trappieskop (in 2021)
Witsenia ericas and lichen (in 2023)
Autumn flowers at Silvermine and Cape Point (in 2022)
Almost 5 thousand species with City Nature Challenge (in 2021)
The Joker, caves and flowers (in 2019)
Hiking Three Sisters and Smitswinkel (in 2018)
Sirkelsvlei has water again (in 2018)

Green smoke and winter streams (in 2023)
Orbea at Froggy Pond (in 2022)
Found some new specials (in 2021) in our Third Wave
From May Day to Audouinia (in 2019)
May mountain flowers and the Noon Gun (in 2018)

Mid-winter (in 2023). Cold and wet. Homo sapiens emerged in Africa
Corn on the cob along the Red Track (in 2022)
Silvermine and Cape Point before even MORE interesting times (in 2021)  
Slangkop Lighthouse and Table Mountain views (in 2019)
Jumping Board to Elephant's Eye (in 2018)

Rain and shine (in 2023)
Cape Point and Silvermine Crags (in 2021)
My first lockdown hike (in 2020)
His first lockdown hike (in 2020)
Enjoying winter rain and flowers in July (in 2019)
Chapman's Peak to Elsie's Peak (in 2018)

Pictures by Diana and Jürg Studer
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