Posts from October 2016
Three-fourths of our children and grandchildren celebrated Kim's 61st birthday with us on Saturday. (We missed our South Carolina peeps!)
As I mentioned yesterday, the Kalahari is not teeming with wildlife like the other two areas we had visited in Botswana.
After an indescribably incredible 5-day stay in Botswana's Okavango Delta, we boarded another plane for our final Botswana destination...the Makgadikgadi salt pans in the Kalahari Desert.
Yes. I did practice saying "Makgadikgadi" many, many times in front of the Little Vumbura camp staff. I think I (the crazy white lady!) was their daily entertainment...
This Gramaw is happy!!!
My son Kamaron and his wife Anique and children Krew (2 1/2 years) and Juni (14 months) have moved back into our community.
(Okay...all my grammar friends out there...I'm already having a dilemma. To make the word "Massachusetts" possessive, do I add "apostrophe s" or just an apostrophe? I've never quite figured out how that works....haven't had enough coffee yet for me to ponder it too long...)
Last Saturday morning broke beautifully over the bay bordering the inn where we were spending the weekend in Beverly, Massachusetts. We had a good part of the day free, so Kim and I and our friends Paul and Jan set off to explore.
The last time the 6 of us were together was 25 years ago, when our then-pastor Brian married Kristine.
The night before we left the Okavango Delta, we were meandering through the reeds in the boat when, out of the corner of his eye, Kim spotted what he thought was a termite mound.