Jock Safari Lodge
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... necked Spur Fowl, Black Cuckoo, Black Crake, Pin Tailed Whydah
and finally Mr and Mrs Ostrich with 17 tiny babies about a foot tall
running around their feet. We then went back to the same camp for the
Set off to go a bit further north today and spotted Zebra, Impala,Wildebeest, Water
Bucks, Kudu, Steenbok, Baboon, White Rhino, Giraffe, Bushbuck,
Slender Mongoose, Lappet ...
... while patrolling and.defending their.territories against.other prides. But when there js only one pride in the area, hunting alone doesn't utilize enough of their testosterone reserves and so they wind up going on random.killing sprees to vent their excess energy. Its sad as the other animals here pay the price, yet the deserve couldn't financially stay afloat without the lions. Still, I have to admit loving the lion family that is here. "Subby", the large male, two females and ...
... as well as new shoes was a blessing and filled us all with joy. We are up early this Wednesday am to go to two schools in Whittlesea, maybe three, after all this is South Africa and "semper gumby" is our motto! Please pray that His word would be continually on our lips and that everyone we encounter would be ready to receive it. There is a lot of excitement in worship, a lot of emotion, but it is a reflection of man's traditions/religions not a reflection of a true heart for ...
... see us a threat and would either run away or take an aggressive posture. The first large animals we drove close to were a crash (herd) of three rhinos. Needless to say, we were all pretty nervous when they walked just a few feet behind our jeep. We could almost reach out and touch them (although we didn't!). It was even more nerve-racking when we came upon a pride of lions that were still feeding on a buffalo carcass. The male and female lions would look right ...
When I was growing up in the 1950's there was a series on the Mickey Mouse Club about going to Kruger National Park in South Africa, From that time on it has been one my dream list of places to visit. Now I have arrived, ready to set out on ...