And so it came to pass. After four days of Trauma Orthopaedic Lectures / Discussions and a great conference, I arrived home to do the final packing.
The most challenging part of the entire session was folding and squeezing the route maps and narratives into the two litre containers along with the bike spares and food. (thanks to “Kendall and Strachan” printers in Pietermaritzburg for sourcing the required paper and printing approximately eighty maps and accompanying narratives at the last minute). Tomorrow – technically later today – the containers will be posted off and then transported to the appropriate support station to await my arrival in June.
More details about blog updates and #Project Rhino KZN to follow this week hopefully.
In the interim, here are some pictures from the game drives in Pilansberg (when I managed a break from lectures).
Waterhole at dusk
Testing the air to investigate the rhino shaped mass who was also frequenting the waterhole.
The aforementioned rhino.
An African Sunset
A 1-2week old Baby.