Sunday, November 4, 2007



Back to reality and e-mail that works consistently. Blackberry filled past capacity. Would love to have lunch! It was an amazing experience. We took some 1,500 pictures or more.

We should talk about things that you should know about or tighten up. They are mainly minor but knowing how detailed you are, you should know of them.

We had a great group. Everyone was up to the experience. We added the hippo boat ride without hesitation. I could see a potential problem that we did not encounter. People with back and neck problems or even pregnant could have a problem. The roads were rough, stops not all that frequent and lunch was late on a few days. PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, don't read this the wrong way; our group handled this without a problem. A less adventurous group might complain.

Plenty of great things to talk about and some minor things as well. Back at work, trying to catch up, but lunch next week would be a pleasure.

The guys we dealt with were true professionals - starting with Thomas through Zenith.


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