Had slight technical problems but I'm back! Thanx for the gr8 comments.
Our friends left for home as the gates opened and we (my son and myself) escorted them to Kruger Gate. On our way there we saw large herd of Buffalo next to the road. Greeted our pals and took the S65 back to Skukuza.
Saw the young Giant Eagle Owl in the same tree again and proceeded to the N'waswitshaka water hole where we encountered our second leopard on this trip. It was leisurely walking away from us and I could only get the kitty from behind to prove to my wife and 2 daughters that we had seen a leopard! Further down the road we saw a huge elephant bull and some White Rhino and lots of Kudu.
This beauty met us next to the road and what makes this pic special is that this bush buck ewe posed for us and then moved away slowly, not the usual shyness!
Back at camp to wake the gal's and we spent the Sunday around the camp.
Day 6 started very quite on the S1 and we missed a lioness with her cubs next to a bridge by a few minutes. Very disappointed and dejected we continued onwards towards P/kop on the S3 and then on the S7! Few impies and lovely scenery but nothing to report about. JUST HAPPY TO BE THERE!
We had brekkie at P/kop and took the H1-1 back to Skukuza. At the Transport dam junction there were few vehicles next to the road, and there it was our third LEOPARD for this trip wow!!!!!
You must please understand that Leopards are very scarce when we are visiting KNP. So this was wow! We watched this leopard for a while and took afew pics but it was to quick for me as it darted across the road right in front of us. it was so quick that I snapped the whole body except the head!
On our way back we once again stopped at Lake Panic and stayed there for some time. Now this was wow! Apart from the gr8 bird life we saw Barbel, terrapins and this bush buck ram feeding in the shallow water. What peace I experienced at 'Lake Panic'