Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

The main purpose to traveling back to Zimbabwe was to meet up and provide gear for the Anti-Poaching Unit in Victoria Falls. For several years, we've been providing funding, equipment and paying ranger salaries to help reduce poaching in the Zambezi National Park.



My trusty ukulele travels everywhere with me.

Eggs Benedict on steroids.

Slippery when wet.

The remains of a traditional "mokoro".

No guard rails or barriers. Natural selection at its best.

Babboons sharing the road.

Zebra mowing the grass.

A raft of hippos makes the Zambezi River NOT the ideal swimming spot.

The monkeys have a lot easier time crossing the border than the humans do.


Hanging out at the "Devil's Pool". . . . the edge of the world.

Everyone enjoys the ukulele.

Flying along the Zimbabwe/Zambia border, viewing wildife and looking for poaching activity.