Monthly Archives: April 2013

The diverse indigenous fish of the Save River

A short fishing expedition has Clive and his son Glenn climbing down the steep bank to catch five different species of fish in two hours. A Bottlenose is the catch of the day…with it’s long snout for probing the floor … Continue reading

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Stunning Stapelia at Chilo Gorge Safari Lodge

A stunning Stapelia blooms at Chilo Gorge Lodge gardens….strangely beautiful, this flower has a rotten scent to attract the flies that pollinate it!

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Freestate

  (88) Freestate. Freestate A short film by Martha Ferguson A Woman and her Driver have a special bond until a shattering event forces them to redefine their relationship. The film takes place in Southern Africa. Martha is a Canadian … Continue reading

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Arthur Barrie 80th birthday 30th April 2011

Since Dad’s 80th birthday, time has flown so fast that it seems as if it was just yesterday that we gathered at 214 Brooke Drive, to give dad a huge surprise… and to celebrate his special day with him. Dad … Continue reading

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Taste of Africa

  SAVE THE DATE! Taste of Africa Saturday 29th June 2013 Mukuvisi Woodlands, Harare 12 noon until dusk falls. “Taste of Africa” is a safari, a taste of real Africa, celebrating one of Africa’s most endangered species, Painted Wolves. Safari –a journey … Continue reading

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Fresh-brewed coffee to start the day at Chilo Gorge Safari Lodge…. 19 th April

I wake to an overcast sky, but a hole in the cloud canopy suddenly brings sunlight to the rock cliffs opposite Room 1, ‘Eagle’, at Chilo Gorge.. ‘Chilo’ in the local language means ‘ baboon roost’ – a very apt … Continue reading

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Chilojo Cliffs and fashion photoshoots……

18th April Kelli has been working with Priscilla Chigariro of Domino Magazine as beauty editor and make up artist. An inspired thought led her to suggest a photoshoot in front of Chilojo Cliffs for the June ‘conservation month’ issue and … Continue reading

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