It’s Leah again, the blonde, non-hunting gal tagging along on hunting safaris. As you recall, we walked for miles on that cape buffalo hunt I wrote about in the article, “It’s no bull.” Since my new shoes and all the walking caused blisters on my blisters, and my blisters had sisters, I decided to take […]
Hunting Cape Buffalo – It’s No Bull!
Hi Folks! This is another segment in my first-safari experiences I thought I’d share with you. As you know, I’m a non-hunter following African hunting safaris, in which, I foiled the first buffalo sighting for the hunter, Tim, in my article “This Ain’t Indiana.” If you missed it, I’d be honored for you to read […]
What is a Dangerous Game Safari Like?
What’s different about a dangerous game hunt? The Big Five animals in this group are of the most cunning, strategic animals on the planet! You might check out another of my articles, what a plains game safari hunt is like which will give you a basic idea what a safari hunt is like in Africa, […]
What is a Plains Game Safari Hunt Like?
As an observer, I tried to imagine how a plains game safari hunt in Africa would differ from a domestic game hunt in America. This came about in response to my attempts to explain my experiences when asked by so many people upon my return. I decided it best to try to put it in a […]
The Ridge Elephant
I remember it well. A few years ago, I was invited to go on my first African safari. I’m a lady, and a non-hunter, so I was happy to go on vacation and take some photos as an observer on a hunting safari. This safari was to be in the wilderness of Zimbabwe in the […]