Posted by: Anna | January 24, 2011

Chobe National Park Picture Post

Hello Reader! We finally have managed through three sittings to upload some pictures. Sorry we haven’t written anything in so long….we’ve had several adventures in the meantime. But first – Chobe National Park yielded some great pictures.

 

A breeding herd of elephants, made up of females and babies, coming to water on the Chobe River

 

One of the most entertaining sights we saw in Yellowstone was the buffalos wallowing in the mud. Apparently, elephants also enjoy a good mud wallow...only they look hilariously awkward while doing so.

 

Lioness at Chobe National Park - we saw her about 5 minutes after entering the park. It made our morning game drive.

 

Hippo ... aka giant potato with legs. We had frightened this one, and he was running.

 

More pictures are on flickr here.

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Responses

  1. Your camera really takes great photos-or I should say the photographer did a great job!!
    Sandy

  2. So good to hear from you! Did you get my photographs and e-mail about cooking the Jewish version of Huevos Rancheros?! It was so delicious!!!
    UBE got his result from the CT scan today …ALL CLEAR!!! We are celebrating the wonderful news! Please stay safe & take care. Sending much love, Kita XOXOXOOX

  3. AWESOME! Thanks for sharing. Can’t wait to see more.


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