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Sundowner and Divewop traveling to Ethiopia with the pied Piper

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Sandy (divewop) and I have signed up for a trip to Ethiopia with Piper Mackay in September. Woohoo! We'll be doing some camping with/ and photography of the Omo tribes.

I have been told that it won't be luxury camping but we will have a cook (that's good). I haven't heard a word about showers (hoping there's good news about that!). Sandy told me about this trip and since I had seen photos taken on a similar trip I knew I wanted to go. Luckily we were the first to sign up because it's limited to 3 participants.

Of course, we can't be that close to the wildlife, and in this case the migration, without stopping in to visit so we are going early to spend 5 days at Governor's Camp in the Mara. I think Andy will be there with a group then and although we live 200 miles apart I may be able to finally meet him 9000 miles from home.

This trip may make some good stories. :D

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