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... s Window. The high elevation provided a view of the endless pine and eucalyptus plantations interspersed with pockets of tangled indigenous jungle. There were pine trees growing everywhere and when a large swath of trees had been felled the space was immediately re-planted with new seedlings. Log trucks were everywhere which probably contributes to the many potholes we constantly have to dodge.
... part sugar-cane, and as one
could expect with this group, a large part set aside and managed
solely as pristine wildlife habitat. Many of these farms have been in
the same family for several generations and their knowledge of the
history of the area is extensive. As we would drive or walk they
would keep up a constant stream of information:
“Over here is where King Dingaan created a shrine of sorts to
contain his ...
... into in a long time. When we got the right ear sorted we were finally able to confirm he could hear from that ear after he winced when we made the device squeal. When we attempted to check and fit his left ear, things got even more difficult. He was so completely deaf in this left ear we tried many different devices before finally settling on a #9, the most powerful hearing aid they had. Whatever destroyed this young man’s hearing, destroyed it almost completely in his ...
... in the park. Giraffe, elephant, hippo, zebra, and the ever present impala as well as our first rhino! Of course, if you have prey the chances of predators does increase. Always on the lookout for that elusive cheetah, leopard, or wild dog to come into view. We drove on from the waterhole and left Jerry and Tom to enjoy and we were going ahead so we could set up our tent.
Saw ground hornbills making their call and watched them ...
... gradually changed, with more wide open spaces and less vegetation, other than the ubiquitous grass. The elephant herd was moving along in a slow line, paying no attention to us. While we were in this area we stopped at a scenic overlook and disembarked, the only time we were allowed to do so within the park (save for our meal breaks which were within marked areas surrounded by electrified fences). When we got out of the vehicle, Rufus gestured around him and said that ...
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