Joined: Thu Dec 30, 2004 5:54 pm
Location: Somerset West, Cape Town
Sitting here in the Shingwedzi campsite with beautiful soaking rain falling, two huge, and I mean HUGE, ellie bulls are grazing at the fence, a fence that they could step over with little effort if they chose. A short way off, impala are grazing. What a privilege to be here.
Joined: Sat Aug 11, 2007 7:29 pm
Location: Parklands Cape Town FAC Member (2012)
Enjoy enjoy DB We only appreciate things most of the time when we dont have them anymore. Now I have memories and can just picture you and Hawk at that fence.and with everything wet it really is something special ...
• Only when the last TREE has DIED and the last RIVER been POISONED and the last FISH been CAUGHT will we realize we cannot EAT MONEY?
Joined: Mon Dec 11, 2006 1:45 pm
Location: Thankfully not in a city
How fortunate we are that somone had the wisdom to spare this paradise from the ravages mankind has released on the world .
KNP is sacred.I am opposed to the modernisation of Kruger and from the depths of my soul long for the Kruger of yesteryear! 1000+km on foot in KNP incl 56 wild trails.200+ nights in the wildernessndloti-indigenous name for serval.
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