Monthly Archives: July 2015

To Bee, or Not.

After about three months with me in Lusaka, Zambia, early in 1994,when it became apparent that she was unhappy with her home sitters, Sheila returned to Maun. I moved back into the single quarters in the suburb of Makeni. At … Continue reading

Posted in Botswana, Exploring Africa | Tagged , , , , | 1 Comment

Border Line – 1994

Our route from home in Maun, Botswana to work in Lusaka, Zambia included the border post at Kazungula. There was, and is, a ferry there across the Zambezi River which is about 400m wide at that point. To be completed … Continue reading

Posted in Exploring Africa | Tagged , , | 1 Comment

Thieves of Lusaka

Friends in Maun, Botswana, agreed to look after our home there, including half the dog population and the cats. Sheila and three dogs joined me in Lusaka, Zambia, where the company, Basil Read Construction, rented a house for us in … Continue reading

Posted in Exploring Africa | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

A Fair eStory

Interrupting my journey in Time and Place, I felt a compulsion to write a story. Once upon a Time, in a castle far away, there lived a Supreme Being called Reality. In His house, there were many mansions, and in … Continue reading

Posted in Fairy Stories | Tagged , , | 2 Comments

Lusaka Remand Prison – my Alma Mata

As Sheila and I returned from South Africa to Botswana, we left behind us a country on the brink of a new era. With a free Nelson Mandela leading the African National Congress in its negotiations with the white minority … Continue reading

Posted in Exploring Africa | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment