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Trip with Justin’s class

December 3, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments

  The world’s largest mammal migration occurs in November and December in Kasanka National Park in Zambia.  Fruit bats from central Africa descend upon Zambia at the beginning of rainy season.  I had wanted to go to Kasanka but it is far away and never had the opportunity.  However, the grade 5 classes from ISL visit every year and this year was Justin’s turn to go.  I have always jokingly asked the boys, “Don’t they need some parents to go along?”  Well, this year they did need someone and they called me.  I had lots of work to get done but this was a free trip to a national park and I couldn’t miss it.

   We started out on Monday morning and returned on Thursday afternoon.  It was a really nice break and I am very thankful to have had the chance to go.  Justin is still at the age where he thinks I am pretty cool so he was happy to have me along.

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  1. Joan
    December 3, 2013 at 9:16 pm

    Thanks for sharing.

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