Courting Ritual ~ Lions


"I buried my father down by the river"
by Mary Eliza Crane

"Never learned the difference between a hammer and a drill"
For My Dad
by Mary Eliza Crane

"Colored by Irish sheep"
My Father's Sweater
by Mary Eliza Crane

Satisfied ~ Leopard

"Your hair color muted against a roiling purple sky"
Stopping in a Field While the Road Stretches Forever
by Christopher Caldwell

"The well waiting to fill again"
He Looked at the Sky as Though It Mattered
by Connie Walle

"Strong as metal that can't be cut"
For the Father
by Ellaraine Lockie

"The soft June murmur of a mourning dove"
On the Death of My Father
by Carole Buggé

"Money for the candy store"
The Hands of His Dresden Doll
by Mary Langer Thompson

"Unwrapped the pink shells of my feet"
Papa Did You Know
by Sharon Auberle

"He wedded Lokta paper to a bamboo pen"
Father's Fingers
by Mukul Dahal

"Burned into the flesh of childhood memory"
Look Homeward
by Ed Bennett

Savannah Grazer ~ Ostrich

My Life on Little River
by Phibby Venable
Reviewed by: Ed Bennett

Nocturnal Predator ~ Hyena

Postcards to Box 464
by Amanda Laughtland
from Bootstrap Press

Arid Adapted ~ Kirk's Dikdik ~ Masai Mara

Kenya on Safari 2011
by Madelon Stevens

Historic Majesty ~ Elephant

This summer enjoy a low calorie Margarita while maintaining your bikini figure
Skinny Margarita
From the kitchen of Sharmagne Leland-St. John

Serve your guests a spicy treat while waiting for Dad to get the barbecue going
Tomatillo Salsa
from the kitchen of Sharmagne Leland-St. John

A new way to prepare the ultimate summertime and barbecue food
Bacon-Honey Grilled Corn
from the kitchen of Sharmagne Leland-St. John

Not only a great palate cleanser, but also a wonderful digestive aid between courses of a heavy meal.
Grilled Pineapple
from the kitchen of Sharmagne Leland-St. John

After the Rain ~ Red Hartbeest ~ Masai Mara

Madelon Stevens


Evening on the Serengeti ~ Masai Mara


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