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... pinkie, after packing up and showering I realized it was missing! In the meantime Bruwer was on the radio to tell us to hurry as he found the lion, Douwien went and found her friends to ask them to help search the area after we left and they promised to rake the area and get the office to open the shower drains, I reported it to the office for insurance purposes. By the time we got to the lion they were already on the move and a bit too far for decent photo's. ...
We had a 1 night stop at a Cheetah park. The purpose of the park was to save cheetahs from being killed by farmers. Instead of farmers shooting a cheetah that had killed their livestock, they can call the owners of the cheetah park who capture the cheetahs and keep them on their huge farm. The park had 15 cheetahs, 5 wild males, 6 ...
... asked if he could bath his new puppy because he wanted him to stay looking beautiful. Bless! The other farmer was building a new house for himself and had gotten the builders to stop work to make sure the puppy house was ready in time. It was lovely with a hinged door and a dog bed!
So, after 12 ½ hours on the road, two puppies and an adult dog placed and happy, we headed back to CCF for some well earned food and sleep. At least I didn’t get a puncture!
... it’s true!
So, this year I’d organised for CCF to attend Grootfontein, Otijiwarongo and the big Windhoek Show. They used to be a lot more about farming and agriculture, but now they are more of a family fun day out, with lots of plastic tat stalls, snake shows & loud music – mostly evangelical stuff! But, we still get to chat to farmers and teach kids about predators.
I attended the Grootfontein ...
... place to keep the warthogs out and, hopefully, Penda in! That girl could get out of a straight-jacket and a padded cell if she had a mind to. She’s certainly escaped before and always gets herself into trouble!
Rosie, who lives at the house, started taking Penda over in the evenings so that she got used to the area and she spent her nights curled up on Rosie’s bed. She loves being a pet! Penda and Tylee were also walked around the garden so that they ...