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... helpful in calming her nerves, while I feel more confident when I can see the bottom of the ladder. We got back to the car at 2:30.
This was my second chain-ladder walk -- the first was 35 years ago on a very windy day in winter, when we slept in a cave near Mont aux Sources. It was probably that experience that inspired me a few years later to attempt to walk along the escarpment from Oxbow and the Amphitheatre to Sani Pass. I planned for two ...
... papa, moroho, nyama.
Getting here from Gaborone involved two long drives with the side trip to Victoria Falls discussed in the previous entry. From Gaborone to Johannesburg we encountered the first real rain since leaving Cape Town, and it was so heavy that we stopped driving for a few minutes. From Johannesburg to Phuthaditjhaba was the only long drive we did after dark, mostly on the N3.
Our departure from Phuthaditjhaba ...
... fly by, partly due to my fantastic mix CD’s I had made before, but also because we took turns sleeping and driving. A few of the crowd were still a little groggy from St. Patty’s day, so they were definitely on the sleep shift first. As we were driving, we passed a corner and a car flashed its lights at us, we didn’t know what he meant because it was 3pm in the afternoon. We soon figured out there was a speed trap ahead, but for ...
Today was characterized by a lot of driving. We left early in the morning and the rental dealer upgraded us to a Mercedes Benz, that's where our luck ended. We spent approximately 17 hours driving to Drakensburg. Drakensburg, referred to as “The Burg,” is a mountain range between Durban and Lesotho. We spent the whole day driving, stopping many times for directions, and still managed to get lost. We hit ...
... the house (even inside sometimes). His Zulu employees are used to this and know how to handle the young cats. Even young ones of a few years are incredibly strong and impressive. UCG is short enough of pastors that Pat decided to keep them all in their compounds during my visit, just to be on the safe side. My wife approved of the arrangement….
I settled into the room Pat provided and I had a look around the house which sometimes doubles as a game lodge ...