Don’t panic. No, Guy has not returned to Africa (although he will one day, hopefully before too long).
But my friends keep teasing me about all my Africa stories and photos (yes, the gang on the December FOG safari probably have enough stories and photos to last for the next, oh, 17 years or so!). So as I review some of what I’ve shared, I realize that there is still plenty to say.
And it’s time now to get back into the routine with the personal blog (been too busy with other stuff recently). And while I’m working hard to keep the entries shorter than in the past, and the photo albums of manageable size, there’ll be some more from the Africa experience.
Will try to intersperse some of Mr. Guy’s other thoughts too, as I like to do from time to time. Don’t want you to get bored!
But back to Africa….
Thanks to Friend Nerisa, I realize I’ve not said much about some of our favorite adventures, like our time in Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzania. We had a little reference to that particular safari in the Flat Stanley stories, and the post for New Year’s Day included a couple of photos but, well, nothing special (and that was all about Flat Stanley anyway).
Let’s fix that.
And, yes, we all fell into the photographing mode. Everywhere we turned we were taking picture after picture after picture (even as we left our lodge at Amboseli and crossed the border into Tanzania). Fortunately for the rest of the group, we had Andrew with us, and as he was very willing so share his skills in photography, we came away with some nice memory-joggers, as you can see here in the first of the Ngorongoro Crater albums.