Previously KNOT JUST PICS. Same shit, different name.

We were lucky enough to spend a few days with Temi and Brian and their amazing family and friends. While Temi and Brian split their time between Cape Town and Kenya, all of their guests made the trip out to South Africa for their wedding from the US. The day before their wedding we hung out with them at the Cloof Wine Estate and then followed them all up to Paternoster. The next morning Andy headed out with Brian and some friends for an early morning surf while I got to hang out with Temi and her incredible friends. They got married overlooking the beach Β before heading off to the gorgeous Gelukkie for their reception. The entire day(s) overflowed with so much love and a beautiful energy. Getting to share such a beautiful marriage in such an idyllic place with such incredible people, was honestly the best possible way we could have ended off an amazing year of weddings. Temi and Brian, you guys are amazing! We cant wait to see what adventures your future has in store for you!

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She was found on the forest floor on one of the small islands in the Okavango Delta. Tiny, vulnerable and featherlessly pink. The guys at @gumacamp took her home to nurture her back to health and, when she was ready, release her back into the wild. But despite all efforts to rehabilitate her back into the forest, she kept coming home to the lodge.

Ducky is now a healthy five year old who loves catching moths and mice. She also enjoys head strokes and chin scratches, but watch out for those talons...😬 Why the name "Ducky" for an owl? Summer gets relentlessly hot in the Delta, so Ducky cools off by swimming in the pond or sitting under the overflow pipe for the rainwater tanks. 
Bless her feathery little heart!❀
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Our @seatosummitgear Drylite travel towels are more than just drying towels. We use them as blankets, yoga mats and, in this case, for shade.
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