Saturday, January 11, 2014


Driving early one morning from Olifants to Satara, two camps in the Kruger, we saw normally active tree squirrels (Paraxerus cepapi) curled up on the sunny sides of tall trees. The mornings were cold - it was early winter.

New York is grey and bleak today, with a warm, tugging winter wind. The polar vortex has disappeared.

Home calls.

Previous Kruger Park posts:

Cape Town to Bloemfontein
Bloemfontein to Dullstroom
Dullstroom to Tamboti
Tamboti - Camp Life
Tamboti to Olifants
Morning in the Kruger
Balule - the Tiny Camp
The Bridge over the Letaba River

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