|Nena's Guest House in Livingstone, Zambia|
|The baboons are a ridiculous nuisance at the border checkpoint,|
but they kept the little boys entertained while our paperwork was processed,
and moms with babies are always sweet.
|Crossing the bridge from Zambia to Zimbabwe with (almost) everything we own!|
|Our lodge at the Victoria Falls Rest Camp|
|Clay worked and worked on lining up all the "hot dogs" (seed pods) at the campground|
|Sunset Cruise on the Zambezi River|
|This fourteen-foot-long bad boy was hanging out on the bank of the river.|
|Hungry, Hungry Hippo|
(We learned that they mostly eat grass on the land after the sun goes down,
and they just hang out in the water during the day to protect their skin.)
|We saw a whole herd of mamas and babies on one of the islands in the river.|
They are excellent swimmers and swim out to the islands to munch on the grass.
I love all the African animals, but these are my favorites!
|Sunset on the Zambezi|
|Clay has been looking forward to seeing the statue of David Livingstone for weeks!|
|For twenty years, I have wanted to be in this place with this man! What a dream come true!|
|My favorite people in one of my favorite places in the world|
|This is the bridge we crossed over between the two countries (from Zimbabwe, looking toward Zambia).|
We stood here for the longest time, as we watched person after crazy person bungee jump off.
|The kids thoroughly enjoyed seeing all the monkeys in the Victoria Falls National Park.|
|There was a little herd of warthogs in the park, which were not shy about being around the visitors.|
These are Weston's favorites, and he was thrilled.
|Clay's warthog face|
(The Smoke that Thunders)