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In the pic below, we spotted a heard of black wildebeest. These large animals are probably the easiest to get close to in my opinion.

It was a chilly morning but within an hour it had warmed up and I was striped down to a tee shirt.

Although we did see a lot of animals this day, we were not able to get close enough for a shot. We covered a lot of ground today. Whoever said hunting Africa was easy obviously didn't hunt for kudu!

It was a chilly morning but within an hour it had warmed up and I was striped down to a tee shirt.

Although we have a rover to get around in, we walk a LOT.

Day 2 We were up at dawn and met our hosts at the main house for a large breakfast of eggs and bacon with plenty of hot coffee for all.

My view out the front porch of our lodge.

Day 8 As our PH put it, we had our cake, now all we needed was the icing and the cherry on top.

Kyle shot these pics of the river that runs through the park.

Day 9 We woke up to a cold rainy morning. We decided to take it easy today and visit some of the more interesting sights of South Africa.

The walls of Fort Richmond.

Day 7 The temps are getting seriously cold after the sun sets.

We were out early. It was a chilly morning but within an hour it had warmed up and I was striped down to a tee shirt. We were looking for kudu and went for high ground to glass.

We were out early. It was a chilly morning but within an hour it had warmed up and I was striped down to a tee shirt. We were looking for kudu and went for high ground to glass.

After a nice lunch we headed out once again. We hadn't gone far when we spotted a small group of impala that were spooked by something. They were running perpendicular to us and would cross in front of ua at 75 yards. My son Kyle already had his camera shooting photos at six frames per second when he captured this great pic.

Day 4 We climbed a large hill (I refer to them as mountains) and glassed a small heard of impala.

As we watched the sun set in the west, the moon was coming up in the east...

As we watched the sun set in the west, the moon was coming up in the east.

We walk many miles every day. In this land your feet will be put to the ultimate test and a good pair of boots will be worth their weight in gold!

Day 2 We were up at dawn and met our hosts at the main house for a large breakfast of eggs and bacon with plenty of hot coffee for all.

This pic shows what is referred to as the pan. the green area is the part that floods in the rainy season. Although it's hard to tell from the picture, this is well over a mile across.

This pic shows what is referred to as the pan. the green area is the part that floods in the rainy season. Although it's hard to tell from the picture, this is well over a mile across.

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