The photos are not mine and the story is over a year old. But there is something incredible about the strength and majesty of the elephant. And with so many poaching incidents on the rise throughout Africa, it is not hard to feel the rage. I wonder how much longer they will be able to roam freely in the wild or in nature reserves and have good and bad days, excitement, and even a tad bit of perhaps road rage. Humans can’t be the only ones to get frustrated sharing the road with crazy traffic flow.
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Holy crap. So, I made it to Tuesday! Yay me! Everything has been broken or going wrong lately. Internet – down. Vonage – down. Of course, we NEED both -specifically these past few days. Pool – down. Doesn’t matter how many times we go to the store and try out a new replacement gadget. Works, […]
This male waterbuck, unlike his other two companions, did not flee from his resting spot on this rocky outcrop. Instead he watched us, warily, from his perch 15 feet away. We watched back. And then we moved on.
I’ve been looking at photos of you at all ages and sizes these days, wondering how it is that you grew so much under my eyes. I imagine the wall in each of our homes where your height was marked during the time we were posted there. When I look at the calendar it makes […]
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