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My usual big gap between entries, Sorry!!
There are a few more RVs here every week. Most have some Christmas decorations, us too.
Let's see, what have we done in the past month: we found a temp church home at 1st Baptist
of Orange Beach. We seem to fit right in, already been to 3 dinner/parties. Hasn't been a lot going
on until Dec. The Gulf Shores ...
... Farris wheel in the southeast is also located here and we just happened to have two tickets for a free ride.
Tomorrow we head eastward to Pensacola Naval Air Station where we've made arrangements to keep the boat at the marina on the Base while we head back to the Midwest for Christmas. We'll spend this week enjoying Pensacola and getting ready for the trip home.
After we returned from Tanzania, I was working on this blog when I unexpectedly received an email from Suzanne and Bas at Greystoke Mahale. We had talked about getting copies of the M Group family tree and head shots of the individual members of the group. Suzanne was kind enough to remember our interest and sent the information to us.
Robert, our Greystoke ...
... First, the trip was a wonderful success. We owe that success to Bill Given at The Wild Source who advised us on how to achieve our remote safari goals, and, to Shannon Gore at the Wild Source who implemented our plans. Bill pointed us to the specific national parks and proper time of year to achieve maximum results. Our next goal is to be on a safari Bill leads;
Second, Beth insisted on reviewing the seating layouts of the different aircraft (Airbus A-330; and Boeing 777) ...
... woodland. It supports Tanzania’s densest concentrations of hippo and crocodile. In October, the Katuma River becomes the only source of drinking water for miles around. The water attracts huge concentrations of game. There are 4,000 elephants in the Park and several herds of 1,000-plus buffalo. There is an abundance of giraffe, zebra, impala and reedbuck followed by large numbers of lions and spotted ...