Au bord du lac…

10 Oct

Le Cap est absolument magnifique!! Avec les beaux jours qui arrivent – mis a part la grele que l’on a eu toute la journee de Dimanche (!!!), on commence a faire des sorties, aller voir les canards, se promener au bord des lacs… Mon amie Kerry qui a demenage au mois de Mai dans la banlieue Nord du Cap, qui n’est qu’a 40 minutes d’ici – mais nous on n’a pas l’habitude ici, tout est a 15 minutes max!! – a ouvert de nouveaux horizons pour sortir les petits!!

Nous sommes donc allees au bord d’un lac a 5 minutes de chez elle – 45 minutes de chez moi! – avec tout plein de canards, gros et moins gros!! Les canards sont connus pour etre des animaux doux et domestics, mais ceux-la se laissent plutot guider par leur estomac. ILs doivent avoir l’habitude des gens qui leur donnent a manger et notre pique-nique a nous leur faisait bien envie! On a du se battre – presque litteralement – avec eux pour preserver, doigts, orteils et morceaux de pains!


Vous le voyez ce canard qui approche nonchalemment??? mouais…

Cela dit, nous avons passe une tres bonne matinee et comme toujours on a fait le plein de photos pour se gorger de souvenirs!!


En pleine contemplation, ou en train de jeter des caillous dans le lac…


Je n’ai pas beaucoup de photos de mes trois loustics ensemble…


Ces deux-la… toujours un concours de pipi!! Si l’un y va, l’autre automatiquement…!!! QUand ils auront 16ans, il faudra peut etre y faire quelque chose!

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One Response to “Au bord du lac…”

  1. Anonymous October 23, 2007 at 1:37 pm #

    Translation almost done by Jonathan More:

    Cape Town is absolutely stunning. With the beautiful days that have arrived – apart from the hail that we had all day Sunday – we have started to take outings, to see the ducks, to walk alongside the lakes … My friend Kerry who moved away from me in May to a suburb to the North of Cape Town, about 40 minutes from here – but we do not usually visit, everything is 15 minutes at the most – opened new horizons for outings for the little ones.

    So we went to a lake that was 5 minutes from her house – 45 minutes from mine – full of ducks, big and not so big! Ducks are known to be gentle and domestic animals, but these ones are guided by their stomachs. They’re used to people giving them food and they really wanted our picnic. It was a fight – literally – to look after eyes, fingers, toes and pieces of bread.
    Picture 1:
    Do you see the duck that is approaching nonchalantly? Mmmmh…

    Picture 2:
    However, we had a great afternoon and took plenty of photos of everything that we did so that we can indulge ourselves in memories.

    Picture 3:
    In contemplation, or on the way to throw stones in the lake…

    Picture 4:
    I don’t have a lot of photos of all my little ones together…

    Picture 5:
    These two – always a pissing contest. If the one has to go, the other does too…!! When they’re 16 we may have to do something about it.

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