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Uganda - gorillas and more (I had hoped)


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SafariChick

@@pault I hope the dog hasn't eaten your trip report also ... ^_^

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Atravelynn

Sorry the GTG did not happen. Next time!

 

I have one of those "report eating dogs" too.

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On 10/14/2015 at 1:06 AM, Atravelynn said:

Sorry the GTG did not happen. Next time!

 

I have one of those "report eating dogs" too.

... but mine is a wild dog ;-)

 

And the ST GTG did happen. Our guide, James Kipetu, picked out a spot (the tree at behind Rhino Ridge, next to the field the jackals brought down the elephant; everyone knows it). We waited. Lots of phone calls. Lots of talk. Ping showed up eventually  How cool was that? Only cooler if @@pault had been there too.

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@@johnkok. Ah, that's a pity. I thought our mystery "friends" had left. Although I am really not sure we would have braved the bridge after dark at that point anyway. My wife had a tsetse-induced swollen foot and we'd just done a 6 hour transfer from Nkorombo (not quite by the direct route).

 

We did have a great time.And I hope you found your cheetahs.

Thanks Paul. A mother with 2 cubs. Lots of fun and frolics one day. The next day she made a kill with a direct run towards the vehicle. My wife's camera went into melt down in the heat of battle :-)

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@SafariChick On the contrary, the dogs are writing my trip report while I sort through the thousands of photos. Expect it to feature a lot of bones, things being chansed and smells.

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SafariChick

@@pault sounds good, and my, what talented dogs you have!

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