Thursday, April 15, 2010

Back in the saddle..

View over Zoe's Road

Hello Everyone!

Myself and Jared are back from leave and are very happy to be in the bush. Although cities are fantastic and we all enjoy our leave, it is always good to come back to the bush and to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Alot has happened over the last 2 weeks and Tara has done a great job of continuing the blog and keeping everybody updated so we are all in the know how of what is happening.

Woodlands Kingfisher

The last 2 days have been a whirlwind of different shows and ideas as Herman had to take the aerial of the Jigga to Johannesburg to get fixed as well as some other Jigga parts. So we were without signal and unable to go out on normal drives.

So we have spent some time around the dam and used the dam cam do some chatting. We have done lots of different fireside chats with everyone discussing all sorts of different topics such as: me with my photography on Tuesday night, Tara with her tracks and signs, Clips of drive with Jared and myself and with Tara and Marc, and Potjie making last night around the fire. All in all, we have had some great shows and I certainly enjoyed making the potjie with everyone!

The monkeys as usual are ruling the camp and keeping us all on our toes taking every chance possible to steal something from out the kitchen. They know no fear at the moment and are very cheeky!

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Quite a few things are coming up over the next few days so stay tuned for the next blog!!

Chat Soon!


Impala at Gowrie Dam

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