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Old Jun 27, 2012, 12:20 PM   #11
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They look even better at home on a real monitor. Wow what a trip

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Old Jun 27, 2012, 4:54 PM   #12
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Fantastic series, makes you want to pack your bags and head off.

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Old Jun 30, 2012, 3:09 PM   #13
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Stunning photos, Lou. Looks like it was well worth the trip.

I can't pick a favorite. There are too many!

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Simon - Glad you enjoyed the photos...........Start packing.

Patty - Glad you are home and getting settled. See you soon.

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What a wonderful series! I've been really short on time and have been tempted to look at these two threads at work, on a lousy monitor, or on the iPad, which has a better monitor but is small. I'm VERY glad I resisted and waited until I had some time to see them on my home (and good) monitor. They sure didn't disappoint! Can't choose a favorite, they are all awesome! And I'm like mtnman, thought the double thickness air mattress we bought a couple of years ago the height of luxury. How little did I know...
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G'day Lou

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Fantastic photos, and looks like you had the ultimate trip. Good! Growing up in the 60's always saw the safari shows and wanted to do what you are doing...good for you...for doing it sharing it with us.
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Harriet - Yes the tented camp was a luxurious arrangement. All the accommodations on this trip were over the top. This was by far the finest trip I have ever taken........... From great driver guides to a fine tour guide who gave us a wealth of information about Africa.

Phil - Glad you are enjoying the Safari. I took over 5,000 shots and it has been a major job sifting through them. I have only one or two more posts to finish this trip but the last shots will be worth seeing.

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