Monthly Archives: June 2011

Lions & Hippos & Buffalos, Oh My- 2!

I’m having trouble getting my images to show.  Hopefully I can post the “title ones” here below.  

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Lions & Hippos & Buffalos, Oh My!!

The trip to Murchison Falls National Park was extraordinary!  We saw so many animals and the scenery is gorgeous.  Yesterday we took a game drive in the late afternoon and were arriving back just before dusk and the grasslands were … Continue reading

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Murchison Falls

This morning we took a boat ride on the Victoria Nile river and saw hundreds of hippos! The ranger said there are about 2000 here. We also saw huge crocodiles- the largest species if crocs in the world- along with … Continue reading

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Animal Kingdom in “Real Life”

Tuesday June 28, 2011 Knowing that by this time our research would almost done, we planned for a respite at Murchison National Park in Uganda.  I don’t think I told you that there are now 7 of us doing work … Continue reading

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Reflections about Water

Sunday June 26, 2011 Hello again from Masindi!  I can’t believe I’ve been here for only a few days. We’ve been so busy and have accomplished a lot!  Our research is almost done.  But before I tell you about that … Continue reading

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Masindi, Uganda at Last

Wednesday June 22, 2011 We made it to Masindi!  Our 4 hour trip was pretty uneventful until we arrived at out hotel only to find out that they gave the rooms we reserved to someone else. They then said that … Continue reading

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Kampala, Uganda: Successful Meetings

Tuesday June 21, 2011 I spent most of the day meeting with the Professor with whom I’ve been having email conversations for the past year and a half.  It was so great to finally meet him in person!  After talking … Continue reading

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