My contribution for this week’s challenge…
These images were taken at
I did have to explain to a colleague what this was.
passing on gossip, you were branded a ‘long tongue’.
This adds a whole new meaning to the phrase.
And I thought my toenails were large.
the above views prepared us…
for this awesome experience.
All images are of Tembo a 30 year old,
6 ton elephant which killed 6 hippopotamuses
after his mother was killed.
Our Guide raised Tembo for several years.
My contribution for
this week’s challenge
(Needs to start with W and have two vowels in the word )
First up, back in South Africa’s
Kruger National Park.
Like the zebra crossings
it was a matter of waiting…patiently.
They were not in a hurry.
However, it appears this wildebeest was
moving very slowly.
At least Leo is smiling.
Was Willy the Wildebeest saying, kiss………
A Surf Coast Victoria, Wipeout.
Our shopping,banking and business centre,
until we moved off the farm.
Fifty-five kilometres, one way,
ensured that a trip to Warrnambool
wasn’t just for a hamburger! 🙂
And should you be having difficulty
sorting out the syllables,
this may help……Warr/nam/bool
And if you really want to sound local
it sounds a bit like this….War/na/bool