While out on patrol one day workers at Anysberg Nature Reserve, near Laingsburg, discovered the remains of an ancient wall. It instantly captured the attention of historic researchers as there was evidence to prove that a portion of the ruin dated back to 1700. The general consensus was that it might have been the remains of a shelter at a far flung cattle post. Petroglyths in the area indicate that San rock artists once lived in the vicinity. Researchers were particularly interested in a drawing of an extinct blue buck.