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Lekhubu, The island of the jackal

Posted on Wed August 21, 2019.

This blog forms part of a number of short stories where wilderness experiences can be found. They can serve you to remind that observing wilderness restores you, coaches you and inspires us all to create your own life, every moment of your day.

My favourite animal of the Bushveld is the Black-backed Jackal....

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Listening to Ground Hornbills

Posted on Wed July 10, 2019.

This blog forms part of a number of short stories where wilderness experiences can be found. They can serve you to remind that observing wilderness restores you, coaches you and inspires us to create our world, every day.

In Africa we get immersed in a wonderful myriad of sounds of the bush veld. Birds and insects are often the most vocal....

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Letting go of control on Safari

Posted on Mon June 17, 2019.

In our daily lives, there are endless forms of uncertainty – far more things we cannot know than know. Objectively this could be a cause for great delight, magic, wonder and opportunity. We could be relieved and appreciate that we do not have to hold the steering wheel, captain our ship constantly to drive our life.

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What is your playground?

Posted on Wed April 24, 2019.

This blog forms part of a number of short stories where wilderness experiences can be found. They can serve you to remind that observing wilderness restores you, coaches you and inspires us to create our world, every day.

I watched the six lion cubs now for last hour playing, it seemed like they could not get enough of it and were tireless, bundles of energy. ...

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Bushveld Energy

Posted on Thu October 18, 2018.

This blog forms part of a number of short stories where wilderness experiences can be found. They can serve you to remind that observing wilderness restores you, coaches you and inspires us to create our world, every day.

The air on Cheetah plains is cool and clear from last night small rains. Giraffe are nibbling already on the little Knob-thorn trees that look like small Christmas trees. Plains Zebra and Blue Wildebeest are on their way to their first drink at the nearby pan.

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