Day 3 All Business

We had a very productive day today. Unfortunately for this blog, there isn’t much to see as we were too busy actually working to take many photos. We spent the day connecting the dots with Colin Webster at The Old Edwardian Society Club, a country club of sorts in the suburbs of Johannesburg.

Colin teaches me how to play the native game, Morabaraba (that's not a typo)

Colin teaches me how to play the native game, Morabaraba (that’s not a typo). ps. Justin, here’s some photographic evidence that your electricity research paid off.

The Old Edwardian

The Old Edwardian

The lawn bowling green at "Old Ed's"

The lawn bowling green at “Old Ed’s”

Keith (showing no signs of male pattern baldness) shoots some broll of lawn bowlers

Keith (showing no signs of male pattern baldness) shoots some broll of lawn bowlers

Tomorrow we head up to the nation’s capitol, Pretoria, for some more interviews. ┬áIn other news: in response to our constant butchery of his speech pattern, our Camera Assistant, Jason, is hard at work on his American accent. we hope to have some video to share with you soon.

-Geoff

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  • Justin Russell

    Hot Damn! I get so excited seeing these pictures guys. It is so mind blowing that you guys are over there. Glad the electricity is working! I was actually thinking about that today haha. Keith, congrats on your lustrous amount of hair. Miss you guys!

    March 17, 2009 Reply

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