Lippy the Lionness
Greater Kruger National Park
Crimson Breasted Roller
Geelong Ferris Wheel
An Air Arctic plane flew us over the Arti Circle.
Our Blue Gums
Unforeseen 1: Our 2013 safari itinerary did not state
that there would be an evening game drive…
…the day before we were due to depart
Sausage Tree Safari Camp.
Unforeseen 2: Our driver told us
“There has been a sighting,
but it’s at the other end of the reserve”.
So, for the next ten minutes we held on tightly
as we bumped our way along a rudimentary track
We soon came upon Limpy the Lioness…
…and her Cubs
It didn’t take long until…
…the Cubs decided…
…was a good place to do…
…some tourist watching.
Black and White Challenge.
Burj Khalifa…the largest/tallest building
I have ever been in.
An elephant’s ear…rather larger
than any other ear, I have seen.
However, those ears look right at home
on their owner.
Californian Redwood in Geelong Gardens
Lekhubu Island, Botswana.
A back road near Geelong
with a beautiful view.
Not a Botswana back road,
however with wandering livestock,
it could be a back road
We travelled over this road for several hours
before reaching the salt lake.
Greater Kruger National Park…
…provided a variety of tracks/roads
and many wandering wildlife.
This Kruger National Park road
may pass for a back road,
but it isn’t and that maybe that is
why the hyenas used it.
side by side
(of two or more people or things) close together
and facing the same way.
We ain’t got a barrel of money…
…maybe we’re ragged and funny…
…but we’ll travel the road…
…sharin’ our load, side by side.