This blog is posted mostly everyday when we take a break from our usual retired Life as former full-time RVer's and travel overseas.

Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Another Day in Chobe Park Botswana - 26 Nov.2018

We took 1,865 photos today, so what you will see is smidgen of what we saw. I’ll do my best at keeping the words to a minimum. Stressed bob.

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And all this was seen while waiting for breakfast to be ready.

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Time for the morning drive. There are two a day, an early morning one and a late afternoon, early evening one.Lupita is great at spotting things with her binoculars, while Luis is the family photographer. As for Linda and I, let’s just say that Linda and binoculars don’t get along and leave it at that.

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Hyena scat. It’s white because they eat bones to get calcium.

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Elephant sized meal.

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Life and death in the bush.

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Balance can be a problem for some, and not for others.

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Life and death in the bush.

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Posted photo.

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Out take.

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Posted photo.

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Out take.

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Norma shows the way.

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Leopard tortoises.

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Beauty in the bush.

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The end of this lion tale.

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Why did the water monitor lizard cross the road?

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Mud bath followed by dust bath.

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Another dead elephant. The only thing left is the skin and bones.

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We were stopped in a small clearing when a herd of elephants came out of the bush and streamed past us on both sides.

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There were also two young male impala in the clearing.

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They were cornered and looked frightened.

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Making a break for freedom.

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All four feet off the ground.

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How fast can an impala run? Fast enough.
And with that I’ll call it a day.


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