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Haupie and fam make a quick turn in KNP-Sep 2010

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Haupie and fam make a quick turn in KNP-Sep 2010

Unread postby Haupie » Sun Sep 26, 2010 10:32 pm

Hi all

Tomorrow I will try to beat the early bird to leave my temporary base in Pretoria for a few days in KNP with my family :dance:

Watch this space. I'm sure I will have some thing to report... :hmz:

byeeeeeeeeee :twisted: :twisted:
Camdeboo a real gem


I say 'no bail to poachers', name and shame them, even at a sniff of suspicion. Lets get rid of them quickly

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Re: Haupie and fam make a quick turn in KNP

Unread postby Haupie » Mon Sep 27, 2010 7:04 pm

Hi All

Kruger is a heaven on earth indeed. As I sit here in Berg n Dal on my stoep, watching my fire burn so I can 'tan a chop' in a few minutes time, I am reflecting on an amazing day. :clap:

Very few people appreciate the beauty of Kruger. Whether summer winter, green or burnt, it remains heaven on earth. Thank you, Father for this piece of your creation.

I'm not going to make this my TR, but i saw 11 white rhino today!!! Huh????? :huh: :huh: :huh: :huh:

Also ellie, buffalo, and lots of what many people call 'general game'.

But hippo on the croc bridge before entering malelane gate and LION as a first sighting :thumbs_up: was special.

Tomorrow morning at 5h15 I will be celebrating a most special birthday when I will be walking in the heaven I love so much. Even if we see nothing, I will be in heaven :D :lol: :D :lol:

Catch you all tomorrow noght after a night drive :twisted:
Camdeboo a real gem


I say 'no bail to poachers', name and shame them, even at a sniff of suspicion. Lets get rid of them quickly

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Re: Haupie and fam make a quick turn in KNP

Unread postby Haupie » Thu Sep 30, 2010 5:27 am

A few things:
1. Thank you for all the birthday greetings :thumbs_up: It is really special walking in the wild african bush and touching and feeling creation everywhere around you

2. To OB and Stanley who took us on the walk, THANK YOU :clap: Their knowledge and expertise made me feel really confortable. BUT I will have to lose a few kg's before walking around the Berg n Dal mountains again :redface:

3. Many special sightings, I wish the birds would jsut sit still a little longer so i could take some decent pics :huh:

will start TR proper when back in Slummies next week
Camdeboo a real gem


I say 'no bail to poachers', name and shame them, even at a sniff of suspicion. Lets get rid of them quickly

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Re: Haupie and fam make a quick turn in KNP

Unread postby Haupie » Wed Oct 06, 2010 11:12 pm

i'm back home :(

had so much fun in the heavenly park

no doggies (ok 1 hyena) no leopard or cheetah, but evrrything else i could have wished for

as soon as I can figure out the pic loading thingy, I will start my tr proper
Camdeboo a real gem


I say 'no bail to poachers', name and shame them, even at a sniff of suspicion. Lets get rid of them quickly


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