Louna could also stand on the steps where her parents Johnnie and Lenie stood on their wedding day in 1946. She also visited the Anglo-Boer War monument at the cemetery; her Grandfather fought in that war. At the Phoenix coffee shop with its display of historical items, she finds out that someone in town will know where her ancestors lived. The house in Du Toit Street looks different today, but 54 years later she still recognises the veranda and a cement slab where the round dam once was.
Grandpa David was a water diviner in his day; Louna shows another photo of this. He also loved fishing under the Silver Bridge, which Louna later saw on the way to Koffiefontein; it's black now. He was buried in 1961 in Sasolburg.