Day 4 Afternoon!
The drive began by swinging past LubyeLubye to hopefully see Mr. LubyeLeopie himself! (or was it to try see Aussie babe?
) But the fisher from the woodlands was very calm and no sign of the Spotted Celeb
And no lesser spotted Australasians unfortunately. But if there was, I would probably board down these cliffs to go fetch Spotted Celeb for her to see!
Still, this gives more time for working out
This is all good and well, but completely irrelevant isn't it?
I ambled up to the H10 bridge which is always a lekker spot in the heat of the day! I like to park just where the water gushes down for a little cool down. I found the fisher who ate all the pie!!
Terry's were poking their heads around on their Sabie Island!
Even the Hippsters were out of sorts taking a little stroll on distant shores (well, not that distant)
This bridge is a jolly fine place to swing past!
It was Se-r-i-ous-ly HOT! And Buff Brogan was having a chillax sesh in his Sabie Pool
Our precious was barely visible in the long grass
The whole Famdamily of Nellymunchers were just settling down at the table for some greens!
Moving on from family dining I thought I would take the S28! Since that's where all you okes see Cheetah
Lizzie Legs was bending down to a scrumptious bush at the entrance!!
She has grace this lady does!
The open grasslands of this road made game viewing a challenge! But these Zebbierebs found a nice short grass section to show themselves to me
They had a little one with them that had a black face. I'm not sure what the cause is? At first I felt sorry for this one.
Not as pleasing to the eye as his Zeb friends. But the more you stay and watch the herd, the more you realise there is something different about dark face Zeb! He flicks his head, and kicks his legs out and has a real spring in his step
jolly jamming young lad if you have ever seen one! While all the youngins stuck by mom, blackie lead the way! First onto the road out of the herd!
Animals can give me advice on a daily basis just by being what they are made to be. These superficial concerns that occupy our minds are truly irrelevant! I am glad I met Blackie that day. I trust he will become a magnificent leader of Zebs! Maybe I will see him again
Just a while down the S28 a far herd of Zebbs accompanied by a Blue Willie. But why are there two cars turned off looking at this
I asked the Germans (who were not Pumbaa and Timon as I was hoping) and apparently there is a lone lioness stalking this lot
Eventually she pops up here head! And here is the girly!!!!
Right! Let the stalking begin!
It was over in a flash! Movement in the grass, a puff of dust, the golden girl leaping in the air and taking a swipe at the wilderbeest! Not an effective trip! With everyone looking at her, she walks away in the long grass flicking her tail in annoyance! Wow! What a sighting
Turning around at the tar road a green bush snake dashes across the road in that winding fashion at extreme pace!
The nocturnals are truly on the move! This Hyena slumps across the road at a brisk pace!
Even the battle tank Hippster is out to graze
How does a day in Kruger conclude? With exquisite beauty!