Well the long awaited day finaly arrived and i was on my way. The pumping adrenaline made all the travel pass with only aggravation, that it was taking too long. When we finaly arrived at the main camp we were informed we would be moving to a different property for 3 days to hunt Kudu and impala. I was not pleased. I ask the head guide about the size of the property etc. etc. and recieved satisfactory answers. I decided to wait and see. The new property was very thick in most areas and loaded with impala and kudu. On day one we met the guys removing the cows from the section I was going to hunt. I wondered how this activity would affect the kudu. Overall the day was pretty slow with only 1 immature kudu bull comming in. We did have 2 shooter impala come in. They were so nervous they would never stand still for more than a few seconds. They never did drink, the PH wanted me to shoot a couple of times but i was not comfortable with the angele or distance. We also saw warthogs, waterbuck and Vervet monkeys. So day one came to a close.