The Portefolio (so far)

The virtual family of Rolbos has slowly expanded over the years to just shy of 5000 followers. I want to thank each and every reader for taking the time to sit down for a while in Boggel’s Place to join the conversation. Revolvermaps.com tells me these readers are from 176 countries  (I didn’t even know there are so many).
While such statistics may sound flattering, I must confess a certain level of surprise (Rolbos is such a small place!) as well as a degree of anxiety (what is Boggel & Co going to do next?). The good news is that the group in the bar is very much alive and well – every time I think they can’t possibly land themselves in more trouble, they open another bottle of peach brandy…
Still, with so many customers to serve, our hunchbacked barman is worried about the stock in the little store room behind Boggel’s Place. When he mentioned this to Gertruida, she told him to advertise the only export product to originate in the little town called Rolbos. And, as we all know, you never, never argue with the woman who knows everything…
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4 thoughts on “The Portefolio (so far)

  1. thehappyhugger

    The little town of Rolbos and its characters will always have a special place in my heart. Boggel needn’t worry about the stock, the patrons can go and dig into their own private stash if he runs out. As for madam Gertruida, *whispers* she does not really know everything – but don’t tell her that🙂

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    1. Amos van der Merwe Post author

      Yu’re so right, Huggs – about the brandy as well as about Gertruida. She’ll be back, though, to amaze us all over again…if only she can remember where she had hidden her stash!

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