No worries sir. I’m actually out of town at the moment. @BWH and I are in the way to Stuttgart Ark to hunt geese so I won’t be back until mid next week.No apology required Erik,
But thank you for the kind thought anyway.
Yeah, if using a smart phone and / or some other portable gadgets these days, the Khomas Safaris advertisement at the bottom of my posts doesn’t show, unless you turn the screen sideways.
This proves once more that computers really do dislike me personally LoL.
Anyway, I will PM you within the next few days.
This weekend is dodgy with company inbound and other entanglements.
But I’ll reach out no later than Monday or Tuesday.
Lol understood. I did pretty well last time, I only took 2 extra animals. We’ll see how well my self control holds out. A giraffe is pretty dang inexpensive in Namibia and that’s killin me.Congrats and good luck Gizmo. I say add a Damaraland Dik Dik. A very nice life-size mount and iconic to a small part of the world species. On my Namibian safari I ran into a small issue, take MORE $$$$ than you think or have better mental health/strength than I for staying off the trigger. Looking forward to the report.
Yep, I know the restrictions in place today. I know a PH in SA that is working with the various agencies and he's trying to provide them with enough documentation so that the rules will hopefully be changed in the not too distant future. Until then, he'll store the hide until that day comes.We may never get USFWS to allow import of the Cape Mountain Zebra. If this election goes our way, maybe.
Reach out to Philip, @KHOMAS HIGHLAND HUNTING SAFARIS here or holler at @Velo Dog. I guarantee they will help you.With RSA looking more and more doubtful for 2021, and Zimbabwe so complicated, I predict Namibia via Ethiopian will become extremely popular. Better book early to guarantee yourself a place. I’ve reached out to 3 outfitters but haven’t heard back from any of them so far.