These balls cost Tsh 1000/US$ .57c each
Happiness is... I gave these four boys two balls to "share"
We drove through town and handed out another six balls. Later I sent the rest of the deflated balls in the bag to Amanda for Buhangija School in Shinyanga.
Later, driving through the bush we stopped so that I could photograph a buck. We normally see Dik-dik here but this time we were
intrigued confused by the ridge on the animal's haunches.
This dik-dik has a definite ridge on its haunches
Just further along the road, we spotted a colony of mongoose. I managed to capture this one above until it ...
...dived headlong into the grassy verge
Then it appeared on a rock - looking as if it was posing!
This lark-like bird gave us a beautiful song
The jury is still out on its ID
While trying to photograph the elusive sunbirds in the thin bushes next to the road, a tractor belonging to the mine, overtook us. I told you I had a variety Party Critters today!
Back home in my garden, I couldn't resist photographing Princess and Bibi resting on the lawn
The likeness is uncanny!
Mama Princess senses someone near our property fence. Bibi doesn't seem so sure!
Do visit Eileen's Critter party here and join in the fun.
Happy Saturday everyone!