Hey all my friends...
Time for another update from Phalaborwa, today was once again slow, hot and very quite BUT we were as always blessed with memorable experiences which include a VERY unhappy and unfriendly visitor to our sundowner spot and a discovery of wisdom from my side...
Let's start with the sundowner saga...
This is what we saw at first where and when we least expected it...and that reminded me of the most important rule in the bush namely...NEVER SAY NEVER (...and I suppose that's why some people call them the ghosts in the bush)
The elephants appeared out of nowhere with the matriarch in front and definately not to happy with our pressence
And then all hell broke loose...
And I'm sure you would understand why this one is a bit blurred!!!!
And NOW my moment of wisdom!!!
I finally discovered the answer to the question on everybodies lips...WHY SO MANY ANIMALS (SPECIES) IN THE KRUGER PARK???????????????????????
I've got it now after so many years.......and the answer has been under our noses for soooo looong and nobody ever noticed it
And before I reveal...I just need to add the thought that I might just win a nobel price or award for this discovery, IT'S GROUND-BREAKING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Before I start I need to say that what I'm about to reveal is going to be said with all the best intentions and in a very light hearted spirit
I guess that my 'moment of wisdom' is based purely on personal philosophy...
OK, many, many, many years ago Noah was told by God to load all the animals on a BIG boat, or better known as the arc because the floods are coming soon. In good faith he did just that and loaded a male and female representing each and every species on the boat...the water came and off they went. After some time the water levels went down and they stranded allowing the animals their freedom from the boat...(A long and well respected story made short!!)
Well, today I discovered the remains of Noah's Arc right in the middle of the Kruger Park...and all is starting to make sense to me now ...the evidence...there's enough animals around, water (lately) was more than enough to represent a flood and the Arc is still sitting at the summit of Shekumbu Mountain close to Phalaborwa...if you dont believe me...well, FEAST YOUR EYS ON THIS!!!!!
Well, that my story for the day...tomorrow I will be leaving Phalaborwa for a night all the way down South in the Park. I've decided to make it a camping trip so keep your
ready for some wild and exciting updates.