That's a view of Blyde River Canyon from where we (Jane, Caroline, Christopher, Mark, and I) sampled a population of Protea laetans on Thursday. In all we sampled seven species of Protea we have not sampled before and one species of Pelargonium. Tomorrow we head south to Barberton, where we expect to pick up several more. We're looking for Pelargonium as hard as we can, but none of us are as good at finding them as Cindi, Kerri, and Carl, so I'm sure we're missing some - perhaps many.
I'm sorry that there haven't been any tweets, but if you saw my last one, you'll know that Verizon screwed me up again. My iPhone isn't working, so I can only get to the Internet when I can find a connection like the free one tonight at the restaurant where we're having dinner. I should be able to get it fixed, but maybe not until I get to Cape Town on the 10th of July. Once I get it fixed, expect a tweet at least once a day. Until then, the few of you who care will have to be satisfied with a blog post once every two or three days.