Our first safari group. Ten African countries would be visited and there would be 26 different safaris over the next 16 weeks. While there were 135 photographers involved in this project, no safari would be larger than twelve people.|
Pat and I are second from the left in the front and back rows.Rob is in the middle top and Mike on the far right of the top row. You'll hear more about them later.
By the way, we were on a safari called Wings over Tanzania. We would visit two different camps in the Serengeti, and then we'd fly over to the Ngorongoro Crater. It would have taken many days to have done all this if we'd driven, especially since much of Tanzania doesn't have roads. It cost a bit more, but we saw so much more in the limited time. And none of us had a back-ache, either, from the bumpy roads.