|We are very happy to welcome friends
Richard Whitney and John Grigsby all
the way from Indiana.
|Rick Whitney &
|Rick was short on John's heels and was only too
happy to oblige with his lovely Impala.
|John got first opportunity and kicked off
his Maiden Voyage in Africa with this
|Rick started the day well with a well placed shot
on this lovely Blesbok.
|The day ended quite unexpectedly with elated
spirits with Rick's Phenomenal Warthog.
|John's turn again and he made full use of it
with another lovely Impala.
|Rowan, our resident PH's Smile says it all.
|The guys got to hunt on some very
|Rick too this really awesome
Nyala in the late afternoon.
Fortunately he was not
wearing a white cap today
(unlike some previous hunters
who shall remain nameless...)
which is probably why he got
Well Done Mr. Whitney!
|Rick finished off his Quota for his 3rd
Africa Hunting trip in style with a
marvelous Waterbuck bull in some trying
|On his way in to help the hunting party load the
Waterbuck, Richard spotted some warthogs, one
of which had great dental work. Some 2 hours
later John bagged that very hog after making a
more than worthy stalk.
|John decided he wasn't quite done on day 4 and pushed through the hot sun, very little cover and an
hour stare down with a herd of weary kudu and in the end his perseverance prevailed and was
rewarded with his very first grey ghost.
|frustration we came up on some fresh
Gemsbuck tracks. After about a mile of
tracking the spoor we spotted a herd through
the trees in a clearing up ahead. John's
tenacity paid off and he made a perfect shot
at 180yards and claimed this beautiful
Gemsbok his own. What a way to end of your
African Safari. Well done Mr. Grigsby
|Thanks guys for an enjoyable hunt!
Hope you enjoy your great