Monthly Archives: January 2013

Facebook is not a good platform for sharing outrage

While any one of my 400+ Facebook “friends” could probably share my emotive bits and pieces with their networks of friends, and some of them do, the fact remains that most issues are forgotten very quickly, especially if they don’t

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Narrec – waterhole visitors

It continues to be blazing hot in Namibia – still no rain in our area, so wildlife is active at our waterhole/salt lick. ┬áSome photos from a different angle – up in a tree where Liz’s ┬áhorses can’t scratch their

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