South Africa - Pilgrim's Rest & Blyde River Canyon
Copyright - Dave Hutchinson
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Blyde River Canyon is one of the largest canyons in the World  and averages about 2500 feet in depth.
The Canyon is in the northern part of the Drakensberg Mountains.  Here fog has settled in the canyon.
Bourke's Luck Potholes.  A natural phenomenom carved by river erosion.
A worthwhile stop while returning to Johannesburg from Kruger Park is a visit to the restored gold mining town of Pilgrim's Rest.
I was surprised when one of my fellow travelers asked me what this old gas pump is!
The Central Garage houses some nice antique autos.   There is a fee to visit.
An excellent pub for a pint and a panini sandwich.