Okavango Delta – the 2020 flood

Last year Maun received none of the floodwaters that usually arrive in winter. The summer rains in Angola 1000km to the north had been poor, and the flood just didn’t get right through the Okavango Delta to Maun; Well below average summer rainfall added to the drought. Rainy season is December to March in AngolaContinue reading “Okavango Delta – the 2020 flood”

DIY Bush Wedding

I don’t do DIY. I was going to say except for our wedding, but on reflection, I also did that the way I do everything: Stand back and watch as others do it all, encouraging and applauding while trying to save money. What I did do was buy the booze and fill Mike Lello’s IsuzuContinue reading “DIY Bush Wedding”

What a Storm!

Left home at 9am and got back at 2pm. Never did get to work. Sat the whole time in this storm. Thought it was bad till I saw the videos of the worst places! This was mild! Meanwhile at the practice, the ladies were having their own good time: Bloody Tropical Storm Koos! ============================= CleanupContinue reading “What a Storm!”

We Kayak the Kalahari

As a schoolboy I was keen on kayaking and was tickled by a cartoon depicting a kayak on dry land trailing a dust plume with the caption Kalahari Canoe Club! I kept that on my wall for years. Kayak’ing in the desert was just a joke, right!? In January 2010 we got to the KalahariContinue reading “We Kayak the Kalahari”