Table Bay Rovers – Service and Fellowship in Your Community!
The first part of the Rover motto of ‘Service’ is the so-called “Service to Self”. What is meant by this is not that a Rover should be selfish, but rather that they use their opportunities to the fullest and are constantly developing their abilities.
Every 3rd Tuesday our Crew meets up to try out an activity. Sometimes this is training in outdoor skills, sometimes we take part in debates on issues in our community and other times we take … Continue reading
There’s a first time for everything – the Table Bay Rovers decided to pick up a new skill and attempt indoor climbing. This is a cool activity for indoors when the weather is too hot … Continue reading
Our first Tuesday night activity program came about and our duty Rovers, Damon and Damian decided that as the schools were opening, it was high time the Crew experienced a bit of teambuilding – in … Continue reading
Lovely and early this Wednesday morning, the Rovers and some friends headed to Intaka Island Nature Reserve, to get a short course in bird identification, specifically how to spot and identify the more common local … Continue reading
The Hawkeye competition is the major competitive event for Rover Crews in the Western Cape, organised by our Regional Team Coordinator. This year, it took the format of an ‘amazing-race’ style roadtrip, with the theme … Continue reading
This was to be our first recreational camp of the year, and the Crew was looking forward to it! With some members of 1st Pinelands and 2nd Kenridge invited to attend with us, we headed … Continue reading
The Table Bay, 1st Pinelands and Kanonkop Rovers recently carried out a pretty fun and interesting day-hike, visiting the some of the caves above Kalk Bay, Cape Town. The route is not too strenuous (trust … Continue reading
The Crew was lucky enough, thanks to our new member Alan, to have the opportunity yo take part in the 2016 BRIC Habitat For Humanity 25-hour Cyclathon. We were one of the first groups to … Continue reading