November 30, 1937. 2 miles east of Graskop, Transvaal: Looking northward along the sharp precipice of the Great Escarpment. There was great beauty in this scene, although the aerial photograph has failed to capture it fully. The countryside is everywhere green except farther west on the plateau where golden fields of maize and wheat were found. For the most part extensive plantings of woodland interrupted fine pasture land and we thought on flying over that this would be the ideal spot for retirement. The whole of this northern tongue of the Drakensberg highland was equally attractive. 70 miles east lies the Kruger National Park in which lions, elephants, rhinoceros, and other forms of wild game abound. Good shooting is to be had along the none-restricted border areas. 9000 feet. 06:25.