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 Post subject: Re: March Madness – the Mob in the Kalahari
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As we left Auchterlonie, we assured R that she could spot as many “cat things” as she liked :lol:

Just past Montrose, we came across these ostrich chicks having fun. They were flapping their tiny wings, rushing backwards and forwards and then pirouetting on the spot like little kids playing “helicopters”. We all had a good giggle :lol:

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We made another quick stop at Kamqua and watched the black crows arguing over something or other – they can really be noisy.

Just before 13th Borehole, we found a giraffe for R

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Looking round, there were more, and then more

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We counted at least 17 in the general area – more than half KTP’s population – or else the population has increased a lot :lol:

Then hubby managed to catch this raptor in flight – he took off before we could id him

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As we came to 14th Borehole, hubby said “and what is this ?”

This turned out to be

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And his brother

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And a sensible friend lying in the shade (it was after midday and a good 39)

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He was lying in the full sun (note all the butterflies)

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Hungrily watching this

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The secretary bird must have seen the expression in his eyes as he soon took off for quieter pastures.

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They then each had a drink of water

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Lay a bit longer

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Then headed off to join their friend in the shade

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They looked as though they were settling down for the rest of the day, and we were also about to move off when who should arrive.........

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Well, the lions had settled under their tree and we were about to move off when this lot arrived

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After a minute or so, the lions realized they had company

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Then the youngster could contain himself no longer :lol:

The pics can tell the story ………

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Once the dust had settled, he had to go, shamefaced, back to his friends, who knew it was doomed to failure from the start, as they hadn’t bothered to move :lol:

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When he got to them and rubbed heads, he seemed to be saying that mom had made it look so easy :lol:

We were pretty sure they would be hunting again later.

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We left the still hungry lions and next up was a tawny eagle in a tree

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Then it was Mata Mata, and a quick and easy check-in. We booked a sunset drive for the following evening, but had no luck in booking a morning walk for BusyB and J as they required a minimum of 4 and no-one else was keen to walk. :cry:

Check in at KTC was a pleasure :D We were allocated numbers 9, 10 and 11. Jan (camp manager) gave us a run-down of the camp rules, warned us (as we were a large group) about no noise after 9 pm and told us to wear ankle boots, if possible, while walking around the camp as the grass was so long and there were lots of snakes around.

J and D took no 9, hubby and I, no 10 and BusyB, Ben, SK and R piled into no 11, which was closest to the pool :D

We unpacked the car and then decided to take a drive as far as Craig Lockart and back.

BusyB was going to take Ben for a swim as she’d had enough of driving for one day. SK & R opted to join her. J & D were going to go out for a short while and come back & swim – so we left them all to it :D

We did not see a lot apart from the usual

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And then, at last, a jackal (a “dog thing” :lol: )

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No wonder we’d had trouble seeing jackals – they were almost hidden in the grass.

On the way back to KTC, we spotted another 2 jackals

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our view of the waterhole from our kitchen

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We soon got the fire lit for a celebratory braai.

R was not at all sure about not having a fence around the camp and wouldn’t sit near the outside walls after dark. The kitchen light attracted a lot of moths, but there didn’t seem to be as many flying beetles, grasshoppers and other aliens as there had been at TR.

When a jackal yelled just before they all left for their own tents, both Ben and R got a fright. We told them it was just a jackal but not too sure how re-assured they were.

We didn’t hear lions at all, although the jackals were quite noisy at times.

We did have to zip the tent flaps up in the bedroom as it got really chilly later in the evening.

We fell asleep marveling at what a wonderful day of sightings it had been.

We were woken at some stage during the night by hyenas making a racket – sounded really close, but I was too warm and too sleepy to bother getting out of bed and finding the spotlight -- besides, with the new doors on the kitchen unit, we knew they couldn’t get in to steal our meat :lol:


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Friday 27th March.

At last the big day, and reason for the mob being there, dawned. Hubby wished me a happy birthday with a welcome cup of coffee and went to shower. Two minutes later he reappeared and announced there was no hot water, :huh: The water is warmed by a gas geyser that lights up with the water pressure from the hot tap. What he actually meant was there was no water – you couldn’t call the trickle emerging from the tap, water :lol:
Oh well, face wash and tooth brush with Cape Town water was fine :lol:
J then also appeared to announce that they had no water either – at least it wasn’t just us.

Collected our permit and went off for a drive, having agreed to come back for breakfast around 9 – depending on sightings.

First up was a jackal – marking his turf :lol:

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Then another jackal

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Soon joined by a mate

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We were really pleased – after seeing none for the first few days :lol:
We saw the usual suspects – springbok, wildebeest and gemsbok, but the waterholes were virtually deserted. We wanted to go down as far as 14th to see if our hungry lions were still around, but the only excitement there was the fight club :lol:

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Come back – we weren’t done !

Met BusyB there and she also commented that it was the most excitement she’d seen that morning too.

So we turned back for breakfast.

Spotted this tawny eagle in his tree

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Looking very fierce.

When we got back for breakfast, Jan (the manager) came to apologize for the lack of water that morning – it seems that the main water pipe to the camp had been dug up during the night and there were tell-tale hyena prints everywhere, so he concluded that they were the culprits !

The girls had made me a “birthday cake” out of licorice allsorts which spelt “happy birthday” – was very touched. As they said – they knew that cake would be eaten :lol:

Our local yellow mongoose also came to pay respects

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 Post subject: Re: March Madness – the Mob in the Kalahari
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We agreed to meet up at 5 – in time for our evening drive, and went out again.

When we got down to 13th Borehole, we stopped to watch some giraffe coming down the far dune, when we spotted this

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The giraffe came closer and closer – they also wanted to see

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And this chap had a bird’s eye view, so to speak :lol:

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Could they be our hungry lions from yesterday ?

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One thing was abundantly clear – they were no longer hungry :lol:

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And still the giraffe came closer – craning their necks for a good look

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They must have been able to smell the lions – they were downwind of them – but obviously wanted to pinpoint their position !

The lions were just looking for deeper shade

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We counted at least 6 lions and there could have been 7. They had obviously eaten well, although we couldn’t see a carcass. Mind you, the grass was so long, it was not surprising :lol:

A last look from the giraffe

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Satisfied at last ! So they wandered off.

On the way back we came across a hot ostrich in a hurry :lol:

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Then it was back to camp to get ready for the sunset drive.


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We drove up to the office to wait for the night drive.We gathered next to the pool and the vehicle duly arrived with a couple from Mata Mata.
Shame, I think they felt a bit intimidated when they realized that there was a mob to board at KTC :lol: John, the guide, duly introduced himself and we were off. He was very good – told us the drive was all about the small things and explained some really interesting facts like why the sand is red and how deep the roots of a Shepherd’s bush grow.

We turned up the “no entry” exit road from Bitterpan into the dunes. After John had made sure there were no lurking lions, we all got out to enjoy the sunset. Some meet the mob pics :lol:

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D & J standing with John in the background and me sitting in front of them. Mata Mata couple to my left.

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John and I having a discussion about spoor, J behind us, SK & R in foreground and BusyB heading off to round Ben up

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Mission accomplished – Ben returning with his mom :lol:

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R and SK

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Enjoying the sunset

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Back on the vehicle, and time for the lights :lol:
First up was an AWC – fairly fleeting glimpse as he wasn’t in the mood to pose.

We drove down as far as Dalkeith and, as we turned in towards the waterhole, John spotted eyes in the dunes. A long discussion ensued, with John being fairly sure it was a caracal, but, not being a confirmed sighting, we felt we couldn’t claim it. So we saw an almost-caracal :shock:

Then the fun really began. A Cape Fox decided to run in front of the vehicle in the headlights. He stopped to pick up a piece of agama biltong (road-kill agama duly sun-dried :shock: ) and ran with it in his mouth. Once he dived off into the long grass, another fox took his place. And can they run !! For such a small animal 30 kph was just exercise.

We also saw a family of battys – shepherding their young ones to the side of the road – very cute. No pics at all, I’m afraid :( Much to bouncy in the vehicle :D

Then more foxes took up the chase – at one stage we had 2 running in the headlights together ! It was really funny. John told us that they did this every night – we could just picture them waking up and rubbing the sleep out of their eyes and doing their stretching exercises while waiting for the vehicle to arrive :lol:

Just before KTC we found jackal again – obviously on their way to camp !

Then, far too soon, the drive was over and we headed off to our tent for a late dinner – punctuated by jackal calls and a hyena yodel.

So special to spend a birthday in the wilds with the family – makes another year older feel much better somehow :lol:

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Thanks so much Ingrid, Pumbaa, MM, Micetta, skywalker, SC, Pjw & lp -- really appreciate the comments :dance:

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I see you guys were dressed in short sleeves. In Kruger it gets quite chilly at night so a jacket, even in March, is advisable.


Johan N -- we had wonderful weather. The temp started at around 13 - 16 and was up around 37 - 39 during the day. So we were feeling the cooling off after the heat :lol: The dry air of KTP also means the heat is not as intense as Kruger -- low humidity.
By the time we got back to camp at 9, we were all wearing fleece tops though :lol:

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Saturday 28th March.

Well today was moving day for SK and R. They were flying home from Upington on Sunday morning and, by the time hubby did the numbers and we realized that it was impossible from KTC, Twee Rivieren was fully booked (start of school holidays). Not even a campsite available :shock: Luckily we managed to book a unit at Kielie Krankie – far more do-able.

As we had to check them in at Mata Mata first, and, as reception only opens at 7.30, it was decided that we would go out for an early drive and then all come back for breakfast and then pack them up.

D decided to have a lie in, and I wanted to have some in camp (and chores) time, so the rest of the mob went off early.

Sunrise.

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They came across a large paw-print in the road

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As they turned the next corner, J said “oh look, a dead lion” :shock: He was sleeping on the road. He got up before they could take a pic and moved to one side

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And then started roaring

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“oh wow,” says R “it sounds nothing like it does on TV – this is very scary” !

When they related all this to me, in spite of the fact that she was being (gently) teased, I couldn’t help feeling very sad that there are so many kids that grow up without being exposed to wildlife at all – except via the TV. We are soooo lucky.

The lion then walked off into the long grass and became invisible :shock:

On the way back, they came across the ubiquitous jackals in the long grass again. I love jackals – that is why there are so many jackal pics :lol:

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While the kids were cooking breakfast, we took a couple of pics of the life in the river-bed

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Then our neighbour smelt the bacon and eggs cooking and arrived – uninvited

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Any for me ?

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He practically ran under our legs while we ate :lol:

Another – far noisier neighbour

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Breakfast over, we packed up the vehicles and headed out again.

SK and R now had the hired car which they would drop off at the airport in the morning.

BusyB was going to go for a drive with Ben and then go back to camp to relax and swim, so J and D said they’d come for the drive down to KK with us.

Just after the office, still in camp, this big cape cobra crossed the road in front of us – we only got his tail end :shock: No wonder Jan had told us to be careful of snakes in camp :shock:

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Popped in to Mata Mata – check in done and we were on the way down to Kielie Krankie.

At 14th borehole there was great excitement when we spotted this famous lady

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Collared cheetah mom, Elena, but look as we may, no sign of Skinny. She’d obviously told him it was time to move out and earn his own keep.

We thought she may be hunting as she was very alert and there were springbok near the waterhole.

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Unfortunately we couldn’t spend all day watching her, and she’d gone to lie down in the shade, so we had to press on.

Saw BusyB just past the loop, on her way back, so told her to keep her eyes open for the cheetah.

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Having had a chat to BusyB, we carried on.
Next up was a very busy secretary bird in long grass near Kamqua

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Followed by a herd of Red Hartebeest with young ones

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We also noticed that the roads were a lot busier. Kamqua was packed, where we’d had it almost to ourselves before. There were also far more cars coming up – esp when we got to the lower dune road. Aucherlonie looked full as well.

We duly arrived at Kielie Krankie, made sure all was in order, helped SK carry their stuff in, kissed them goodbye and left them with a list of things to remember – last point being “sms mom when you get on the plane” :lol:

Then we headed back to 14th borehole to look for the cheetah.

When we got back there, she had already killed a springbok and was lying less than a metre off the road with it and was completely invisible in the long grass :shock:

Hubby had one eye on the clock as we had to call back to Mata Mata to get ice. We decided to go back, get ice and then come back to 14th – by which time she would have recovered her breath enough to eat.

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Once we got back to camp, I decided that I’d had enough of the car for one day and they could go back without me ! Really wanted to just spend some time relaxing and enjoying the view from the deck. So off they went – with all the cameras except the video which wasn’t working too well.

They got back in time to see her finishing her meal (note the reason she was invisible lying down :shock: )

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Then she got up and walked off – a lot larger than when we’d seen her earlier :lol:

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Their last view was a tummy lying under a tree :lol:

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Back at camp, I had watched (and, after a couple of good thumps, video’d) a group of 3 giraffe walk down from the dunes and drink at the water-hole.

I will try to get some video loaded at some stage – need hubby’s laptop for that and he’s away at present.

The giraffe then walked right past the camp on their way to bed.

I really wanted to get a shot of the crimson breasted shrike that lived in the big tree on the “bedroom” side of our tent, but he was having none of it :cry:

Then the wildebeest started up. The nursery group of about 15 or 20 little ones came galloping up the riverbed, did a u-turn and galloped off again. They then galloped circles around the adults, bucking and playing, until the adults were all in a tither as well. It was very funny. In no time at all, the riverbed was a haze of dust. They had just settled down when the mob arrived back wanting to know where the dust had come from :lol:

BusyB told us she had sat with the cheetah for an hour and 20 minutes while she walked, lay down, walked some more, etc. She knew she was hunting, but didn’t know how long it would take. By then Ben was bursting for the toilet and really cranky, so she gave up and came back to camp. We worked out, from the time she left, until the time we got back and knew she had killed, BusyB must have missed the kill by about 45 minutes :cry:

You win some and you lose some. But someone must have some great pics of the kill as there was another vehicle there that was going to stay and watch. Wonder if they also gave up ?

We had just got the fire going for supper when Jan, the manager arrived. He had noticed only 2 cars and not 3 and just wanted to make sure the other one had gone to KK. We were very impressed with his efficiency. He also commented on the wildebeest antics – said they were showing the lions how fast they were & practicing “get away” moves :lol:

And so we had a last braai in KTP and settled down for a last night, knowing that the following day was going to be a long one – heading out. Quite sad.

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We knew we wouldn’t get out for an early drive as there was a whole mob to pack :lol:

Some of them even wanted breakfast first. :shock: Eventually all was packed and it was decided that BusyB and Ben would travel with us and leave her vehicle to J and D.

We were all a bit sad to leave as we were headed back to the “real” world – not a cheerful thought after a week in the green Kalahari. We could all have, quite happily, stayed another week (or two).

Our jackals – rather sandy – were about to bid us farewell

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They reluctantly moved off the road to make way for us and did their vanishing in the grass trick

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You guys gone yet ?

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We saw all the usual suspects, including another cobra, but hubby was in “going home” mode so we didn’t stop for pics :lol:

We looked for the cheetah at 14th but the grader was busy grading the loop so there was no game around at all.

Just before 13th we came across a tawny eagle in the road. Hubby, unfortunately, got too close before he stopped and the bird flew up into a tree. This is what he had designs on for his breakfast

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Quite an upset puff adder.

While we took pics of him, he made good his escape

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We did feel a bit sorry for the tawny though :lol: We actually didn't know that they would try to take snakes of that size :shock:

We found a steenbokkie almost willing to pose

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And near Urikaruus was a large pride of lions

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They were quite far away, under a tree, in long grass, so it is not a good pic.

One young male had a huge scar on his one back leg. Sure I had read something somewhere about him, but have no idea where. Ring any bells for anyone ?

Kamqua was, once again, packed, so it was a quick loo stop and munch in the car :lol:

There was far more traffic than the day before as well.

Auchterlonie was also packed – with people parked all over the place – including facing the wrong way around the circle and just parked, blocking traffic :twisted:

That made us feel a bit better about leaving :D We are not fond of crowds.

Just to reinforce that opinion, we picked up a real idiot along the next stretch. He would take off in a cloud of dust and roar off into the distance, only to stop a bit later, blocking the entire road, to look at a springbok or gemsbok and then repeat the process. :sniper: Had Ben not been in the car I think hubby’s language would have been choice :lol: We were very happy to see him drive up to one of the lookout points.

He did, however mange to make J really angry by flying past us doing at least 60 kph over the dunes towards TR. :sniper:

We called in at Samevloeiing (with sms’s coming in non-stop) but, as it was now the middle of the day, the animals were sheltering under trees in the riverbed.

At Twee Rivieren, J saw the idiot at reception, so she charged in and laid a complaint against him. He instantly claimed he didn’t speak English and didn’t know what she was on about. The policeman there was very nice and just warned the “gentleman” :sniper: that he should abide by the speed limit and made him look at the rules on the back of his permit again. He was not driving a hire car. They told J they would act if any more complaints against him were made. :clap: :clap:

TR was very busy. It took us an hour to fill both vehicles and pump up the tyres.

We had an sms from SK to say they were safely back in Cape Town, and then we bade farewell to KTP until next time. And we all agreed that there would be a next time :lol:

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Thanks again to everybody for reading about our trip :lol:

Better put some minds at rest here or clear up a misconception

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Never could imagine that these picnic spots could get crowded


Compared to Kruger, KTP is certainly not over-crowded. A crowd is more than 5 cars at a sighting :lol:

The picnic spots -- Kamqua has, I think, tables for about 6 groups and it is crowded when all the tables are taken and there are extra cars parked there to use the bathrooms.
Auchterlonie has about 10 or 12 covered parking areas with picnic tables and was full as all these were taken plus there were cars parked near the bathrooms and next to the museum.

What really made the traffic feel a lot worse is that the road from TR to Nossob via Kij Kij is closed at present, so all the traffic, wherever they are going, has to use the TR to Auchterlonie road. They then have the option of using the lower dune road, or going up as far as Kamqua and using the upper dune road.

And, as TR was full on the Sat night, there were a lot of cars going places -- including us, in 2 vehicles, leaving :lol:

As soon as I get access to the laptop (which has the connection for the video, which my ancient machine doesn't have) I will attempt to add some video.

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