Thursday, October 12, 2017

Etosha National Park, 2

After a night at the Namutoni camp we moved to the Halali camp, after another day's driving around the park in search of wildlife.
Mr. Wildebeeste

Owl keeps an eye on the watering hole while we have breakfast

Oryx and little oryx

Spotted hyena

Small pride, a young male and two females

"What this? A beer bottle!"

"Mine! Mine!"

(Slurp, slurp)


"See if you get any more kudu steaks!"


A Dik-Dik, we decided

A Steenbok

Zebras posing

"None shall pass!"

She held up traffic quite a while, standing in the road and then


Fork in the awful washboard road

Etosha Lake, one of Etosha's most famous features--a giant
dry lake that floods in rainy season and attracts thousands of
water fowl

Low tide


Giraffe and child

That's over 100 degrees Fahrenheit, and it's not even 2 in the
afternoon; eventually it got to 43.5 that day

1 comment:

Tawana said...

Wow! I hope your RV had air conditioning! I thought Hawaii was too hot at 85 degrees!