Tag Archives: Senuko

Kelli cruises the world with Vincent Van Gogh, Tequila, Worms and Grasshoppers..

Kelli Barker from Zimbabwe, Africa is cruising the world on the Holland America ship, ms. Statendam- having joined Steiner Leisure as a Health and Beauty therapist! Anton Milner has joined Steiner, working as an International Fitness Professional, on the Royal … Continue reading

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The Pallet Wood Christmas Tree and the Art Studio re-invented…..

At last! After the house fire,  my Art studio (214 Brooke Drive in Borrowdale Brooke Estate) is repainted, the Living area rebuilt, and paintings are hanging again for viewing! The garden has recovered from the invasion of builders and  under Dad’s … Continue reading

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Malilangwe Magic; Crocodile Mothers…..

In September, we shared crocodile love and Malilangwe Magic with our dear friends……Ian and Jane Craig of Lewa Conservancy and Northern Rangelands Trust, Kenya, and Willy and Sue Roberts of Sirikoi Lodge, Kenya. Driving first to our Senuko home in … Continue reading

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Extinction is forever…..Russet Rhinos must survive!

Extinction is forever. It will be a sad day if ever we can not see these wonderful creatures called ‘Rhinos’ in the wild…..   Here at Senuko Ranch in the Save Valley Conservancy, and contiguous with the Greater Limpopo Transfrontier … Continue reading

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Birding and Impalas; Predators and Art…

Clive Stockil and I have helped to host some wonderful guests at Chilo Gorge and in Gonarezhou Park over the last few weeks. It has been a very busy time, with Safari guides Thomas Mutombeni, Lionel Muzengi, John Laing, Clive … Continue reading

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‘Woman at the Top’ and mud at Senuko, art and the National Gallery of Zimbabwe…..

Woman on Top’ A heavy shower of rain has subsided and at last I am last sketching a rock onto my large canvas. Not just any rock. She is a slab of granite that towers over the grassland at the … Continue reading

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Flame lilies in Mutare to Fires at Chilo Gorge…..

The Zimbabwe Travel Authority has initiated a tour of media writers from Britain to visit Zimbabwe…and we travel from Harare to Mutare to meet them after they have stayed at Inn on the Ruparara. After spending a night with dear … Continue reading

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Running in front of a cyclone, diamonds and raindrops…..

8th January: On our way back to Senuko, we drive into the dusk with flashing stabs of lightening that illuminate a huge cloud front in the East, somewhere over Mozambique. Seems like the front of weather from the cyclone in … Continue reading

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LIKELY success: how Zimbabwe has become a global leader in rhino conservation

Unlikely success: how Zimbabwe has become a global leader in rhino conservation. Read this link, very heartwarming, great article, thank you all…but I do NOT feel that we have an ‘unlikely’ success story here…we have a very LIKELY success story…Zimbabwe has … 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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