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 Post subject: Re: S 100
Unread postPosted: Fri Dec 12, 2014 11:19 am 
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Bush Baptist wrote:
Sharky74, you need counseling ....
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Dismissing a honey badger as a final thought while watching grass where comatose lions are sleeping invisibly? And a cursory mention of 2 civits? You need serious treatment or you are beyond hope. :wall:

We drove the eventless S100 3 weeks ago as well.


Years ago,the S100,was a great road for cats but I think it is living on it's reputation a bit.
I like the Orpen road better,especially with the detour past Girivana dam. All the cats possible,with a fair chance of dogs,which are rarely seen on the S100.
I bet that if you had taken any of the other roads out of Satara,for your 5 drives,then they would have been more productive.
As is often said,it is right place,right time,but for me,like you,the S100 is wrong place,wrong time!!!


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 Post subject: Re: S 100
Unread postPosted: Fri Dec 12, 2014 12:28 pm 
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onewithnature wrote:
Sharky Perhaps you're driving it a little too fast, for often you may drive past a sighting that is under your nose, but the dust and speed mean that you miss it. I always drive that road slowly, and it seldom disappoints.


No dust from my car, think millipedes could have overtaken me, lol. Although this trip I was by myself for a lot of the time, so one set of eyes is a downgrade on the usual 3-4.

Bush Baptist wrote:
Sharky74, you need counseling ....

Dismissing a honey badger as a final thought while watching grass where comatose lions are sleeping invisibly? And a cursory mention of 2 civits? You need serious treatment or you are beyond hope. :wall:

We drove the eventless S100 3 weeks ago as well.


Bush Bapist LOVED the honey badger and civets, although they were a bit too quick for a good photo. I just love the big predators so frustration was setting in. Not really complaining mate :wink: Always have an awesome time in the park, and by the end of the trip had seen 5 leopards and two prides of lions on kills so my patience was rewarded in the end :thumbs_up:

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