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#21 Safaridude


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Posted 07 November 2011 - 12:50 PM

Wow! Stunning photos and a great report. I think the event was a huge success.

As we speak, the fencing operation has begun. The early rains have been plentiful and making the work difficult... but that's Africa. Besides, generous rains are more important at this point.

I will add that the interest level by those attending at this event was unusually high. People were engaged/riveted throughout the speeches by Sacha, David and Ian. There was definitely a feeling of passion and care.

I hope to report some good news for the whole hirola/Ishaqbini project soon.

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Posted 07 November 2011 - 09:27 PM

I hope the good news involves suitable accommodation for the twaffles of the world!! :D

Seriously though, any good news is welcomed as is the rain. Thanks Safaridude.

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