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PYTHON WRAP.

During the next week, I introduced Charles Howard (Jed, as I called him) to the local soils and vegetation. Each day we went out to dig new test holes and to describe the ones dug the previous day. There were … Continue reading

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MOZAMBIQUE – A Major Assault.

Under orders to head south from Alto Molocue to Mutarara on the Zambezi in Mozambique, Norman Trevor-Jones and I loaded our Land Rovers and left for Mocuba to spend the night there. Mocuba is the seat of the Mocuba district … Continue reading

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MOZAMBIQUE – Alto Molocue

4th June 1971. A twenty-four years old in a Land Rover, loaded with six months supplies and a rifle and shotgun stashed away, left Salisbury, Rhodesia, headed for Mozambique, via Malawi. Who was he, that lucky swine? Me!   I … Continue reading

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