Rode up the gravel road behind the Spar which had just been graded and was being sprayed by the water truck to keep the dust down - fun riding through it, but it would have been even better a bit later in the ride, rather than at the beginning. :)
Then out past Misty Meadows (behind the blueberry farm) and all the way along to Tramonto in George (I suppose it's actually Blanco). I looked at the clock at that point and it was 57 minutes.
Then swing a left, passing by the entrance to Tramonto and kept going and going, eventually heading out to Cape Pine in Jonkersberg before heading back to the R102 and heading home.
There was a strong onshore headwind all the way back from Jonkersberg - WindGuru had gusts up to 27 km/hr, and I believe it. I can usually get up to about 75-80 km/hr coming down the R102 hill, but was lucky to get to 50 km/hr. It was pretty oppressive, especially on the gravel sections (95% of the route), which is why I decided to take the easy way out at the end and stick to the R102 instead of heading down Voorbrug Road and into the village via Mossienes.
I took a few photos along the way mostly to show a few points of interest (available on the Sports-Tracker site or the Mountain Biking set on Flickr) or when I was stopping to reapply sunscreen - otherwise, pretty well non-stop other than a quick drink of water in the shade at Cape Pine in Jonkersberg. The idea of stopping for a bite & a nice cold beer at the Mooi Uitsig Kombuis (just past Voorbrug Road on the R102) sure was tempting though!
I'm not sure about the accuracy of the distance in the image below. I received a few phone calls in the midst of the ride (which I ignored) and this seems to have kicked Sports-Tracker into "pause" mode, so I'm not sure if the km's are correct (the overall duration is correct, but not the average speed and certainly not the maximum speed of 3144 km/hr - if it was, then I should be the national spokesperson for Jungle Oats and Baruch's Coffee!).
At least the overall route is outlined for anyone that's interested - see the image below. The scenery is spectacular, whether it be the farmer's fields, the rolling hills with the Outeniqua Mountains in the background, or The Island and coastline on the way back. What a great place to live!