YAP Tour to South Africa
17 August – 10 September 2017
27th Arrive in East London, Sleep in East London (Home hosting)
28th Day trip in the East London area. Sleep in East London (Home hosting)
29th Leisurely drive via Port Alfred to Port Elizabeth
(Lunch with Alex Kenton or Port Alfred). Sleep in Kirkwood
30th Addo Elephant Park and other sites around city.
Sleep in Port Elizabeth (Home hosting)
31st Leisurely drive along garden route/ lunch at Storms river bridge.
Canopy Tour at Storms River for YAPs own account.
Sleep in Knysna. (Home hosting)
The 41'er Association of Southern Africa and VP David McKay wishes to remind you to register for the National AGM to be held from 07 -09 September 2017 at the Black Mountain Hotel, Thaba N'chu, South Africa.
THERE IS A GREAT PROGRAM AND IT IS REALLLLLLY AFFORDABLE
DON'T MISS OUT
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Super-Tabler and 41’er Peter ‘Bull’ Brauteseth has died
Larger-than-life South Coaster, Peter ‘Bull’ Brauteseth, passes onto the the famed Round Table ‘hard-core hut’ in the sky. (Old Tablers will be familiar with the the hardcore-hut where much fellowship is held after national conferences.)
Peter was a Tabler and 41’er through and through. Well respected in all spheres of the community Peter never took no for an answer. He was always ready to assist and ready to make a plan. Wherever he went he touched the lives of those around him in a positive way. The gentle giant (in size and stature) as we used to call him.
During his time as President of 41'ers Association of Southern Africa he served the association with distinction and together with Leon Garbade, the then RTSA President forged a really great working relationship between 41 Club and Round Table.
ARTSA 2017Feedback by Andre de Villiers
ARTSA 2017 was once again an event to be remembered by all attendees, including 41’ers. Peter Harding, our Second Vice President, convened the whisky tasting. ARTSA 2017 convener, Spidey Knepsheld, organised the Liquid Lounge barge for the event and 41’er Past President Jon Marshall once again gave a brilliant lecture on whisky tasting. John Marshall Showing the minimum whisky required in your glass to properly taste it. To ensure open noses for the whisky scent, Jacques and Anrie du Preez forced snuff into our systems with hilarious effects. Thank you Distell for sponsoring the whisky!
Dellorin Bornmann, Jacques Moukarzel, Adrian Pretorius and Ken Lehmkuhr later explained that they are still deciding if brandy or rum is the best whisky.
During the whisky tasting, Stephan Beukes, Ken Lehmkuhl, Aaron Bigmore, Kobus Klopper and Craig Cornsforth, joined the 41’er Association along the official route. Welcome Fellows!
For the young 41’ers like Leon Garbade, the fun stated as they took the HARDWAY Up from KZN. They went up the Sani Pass through Lesotho to the Hardcore Hut. Luckilly they had a Toyota in the team to help the Land Rover.