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Tag Archives: Safari Journal
by Jenny Hansen All of us at Writers In The Storm had so much FUN in April…did you? We had amazing guest posts (thanks Tara Taylor Quinn and Pamela Kaye Tracy!), the sweeping Safari Journal from Fae Rowen and some … Continue reading
The Animals By Fae Rowen The professional photographers traveling with me were horrified that I’d purchased my new camera from Amazon and only took it out of the box to put it in my carry-on for the trip from the … Continue reading
by Jenny Hansen Have you read all the links in Part 1 yet? We’ve been busy at work for you here at Writers in the Storm and I’m delighted to get to share so many fantastic links with you. There are … Continue reading
Everyone goes on safari for the animals. And they are fantastic. I saw more animals than I ever imagined. Animals I didn’t know existed. Did you know there are three different kinds of giraffes? The only way to tell their gender is by the knobs on their head? You can’t miss the male baboons. Beautiful turquoise-blue family jewels. Also, there are black rhinos and white rhinos, but you can’t tell by the color of their hide. You have to look at the mouth.
Yep, I got close enough to do that. Continue reading
Part 2 in a series. Click here for Part 1. Luxury Tented Camps All my childhood vacations were tent camping and I looked forward to the excitement of outdoor living for a week. The summer before my senior year I … Continue reading