I hope the little Bush Buck crept quietly past the large croc
Everything still seemed peaceful when we left, so we can only hope she didn't succumb to become "croc lunch"
Now, this is becoming quite ridiculous and I should really put this poor TR to bed, never have I taken so long to complete one before but then I have never broken my ankle before either, I guess.
So we come to our last day, inevitable I suppose, but at least I am comforted by the thought that we will be back in 3 months time.
As we head onto the H1-4 with our trailer hooked onto the car we come across a large breeding herd of Ellies with some tiny babies and they are attempting to cross the road but there are some safari vehicles who are way too close and partially blocking their path.
Suddenly the matriarch becomes irritated with this and makes a bit of a charge which has the safari truck careering backwards and causing us to also have to back up which is not all that easy with a trailer.
Anyway we made it without any serious mishap other than elevated pulse rates.
Fortunately they seemed to calm down and escorted the family across the road safely.
Carrying on and a stop off at a green Sunset dam which is a little worrying but lets hope something can be done to flush out this troublesome algae.
This buffalo looked as if it might be in labour but we didn't have time to hang around too long as there was still a long road ahead.
And so finally we exit at Croc Bridge and I come to the end of this report.
I must also thank Klystron for helping with all the editing and resizing of the pics and give credit as some of the pics were taken by him and of course Jock as well.
altho he loses a lot of brownie points for forgetting the new cameras battery charger at home.
Thanks to all for your patience
and of course for all the kind comments and encouragement along the way.