Familia Mammalia

It was such a joy to be with our “kids” again. Our reunion in Windhoek was followed by a 3-day tour of Etosha Pan and a few days in Cape Town South Africa. Missing die kinders even more now! Etosha Pan can be seen from space. The great white place casts a chalky look over flora and fauna.       [click pics to enlarge]  Behind Oren you can see giraffes, oryx, springbok and zebra. Yes, we did see lions at some distance (wish I had 300mm lens!) and black rhino, kudu, gemsbok, hyena, dik dik, impala, and more.

Etosha Giraffe white elephant

In the distance the pan stretches far and wide. This gnu (blue wildebeest) is out standing in his field.

In the distance the pan stretches far and wide. This gnu (blue wildebeest) is out standing in his field.

Steve and Caroline at a water hole...

Steve and Caroline at a water hole…

In the park one may not leave the vehicle...but hanging out from the van's door is okay. That is, after scanning for lions.

In the park one may not leave the vehicle…but hanging out from the van’s door is okay. That is, after scanning for lions.

Caroline and Dave cool down before dinner at the lodge.

Caroline and Dave cool down before dinner at the lodge.

Angels in the clouds of Cape Town's Table Mountain. (Barbara and Caroline)

Angels in the clouds of Cape Town’s Table Mountain. (Barbara and Caroline)

Relief Steve and Barbara Cape Town

About Steve Link

In Namibia with the U.S. Peace Corps July 2014 - July 2016. View all posts by Steve Link

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