Discussion in 'Hunting Reports Africa' started by rnovi, Jan 7, 2013.
Absolutely excellent from start to finish!
Well, here I was, softly crying myself to sleep every night because my favorite hunting story was over:cryingcry: - and suddenly it continues, from a totally unexpected corner.:dancing: Welcome, Kevin!:bighello:
yeah but timbear its been 4 days and nothing else........hope you will be ok and can keep going till we get the next installment :laughing:
Well, if you guys are REEEEAAALLLLYYY persistent maybe you can get Kevin to post up about his very first kill in preparation for Africa!
Guess I'll just have to eat some concrete and harden up...:wink2:
think you will have to..as kevin isnt being very forthcoming with his installments :dozingoff:
Didn't I tell you guys something about an ENGINEER telling a story? :dancing:
Hey Rob, what a great tale! Thank you for the kind words and looking forward to you coming back in May.
Getting' kinda excited here!
wow!!!! all in all, that was great! as if I was there with you! I laughed hard about the bit of the eland and not wanting one! hahahaha. good stuff! great story, great times, great animals and great people!
@rnovi thanks for a great hunt report.
Kevin is always on my mind as the special "K" round is still on the bar . He is still a part of every toast , every commiseration of that one that got away and every celebration of that priority animal in the salt.
Thanks for letting us be a part of that.
I don't know how I missed this. I just read the whole thread and what a story! Great writing and thank you for posting a fantastic report and photos. I look forward to reading more of your reports.
Thanks to @huntermn15 for posting on this report, otherwise I would have never discovered it.
@rnovi Thank you for an outstanding report- what a story! My wife and I are headed on our first safari this summer- this is a must-read post for her!
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