What we assume about this stage of life is often the gray stuff. That comes from what happened to Mom and Dad or Grandpa. They retired and traveled. They retired and took up woodworking…or quilting…or golf. They retired and took a backseat to what was going on in the rest of the world. They retired and pretty much disappeared. Gray isn’t very noticeable. Or very interesting. Eventually, they were gone but usually long after they’d been forgotten by the culture.

Taking a self-drive family safari trip is one holiday I would not recommend to take with your extended family. It involves long days spent in the car, arguments over the air con and awkward moments when you run out of conversation. No matter how good your relationship is with your in-laws, being stuck in a car together is testing.

The winners of the Capital Division and Continental Division will be seeded No. 1 and No. 2, while the teams with the best three records not winning a division will be seeded No. 3, No. 4, and No. 5. The top three seeds will receive a first round bye, while the No. 4 seed hosts the No. 5 seed.

According to Florence Franco, Publicity Chairperson for the company, Conville suffered from polio as a child and was told she would never walk again. When she reached her 50s, she wanted to give back to the community, and started the sunelectrician Dance Company with six other women. Now, it has grown to 150 members of both sexes.

The earlier breast cancer is detected, the greater the chance for recovery and survival. While the yearly mammogram is still the gold standard for early detection, there are other imaging techniques that when used in conjunction with mammography can provide an earlier diagnosis.

Continues today in the beginning of morning game. Return to your lodge in time for breakfast. The rest of the morning is free for leisure. After lunch for afternoon game drive. By late evening return to your lodge. Dinner will be served at your lodge. Night at the inn in the Pilanesberg Reserve.

Took pictures of some monkeys – On the first day of our stay, we got lost on our way to our hotel. I don’t know how I managed that, because the resort lay-out is such that I should have gone from the beach, through the entertainment area out to the front entrance of the Cascades, where we were staying. But somehow, we found ourselves at the back of the hotel, watching monkeys rummage through the garbage cans and chase each other among the trees. We were very careful not to go close to them, but we took as many pictures as we could manage without spooking them.