In August 1972, after a year of planning and equipping, Val and Pat and cousin Wes left Kinshasa, Zaire headed east in our Landrover. Ten months, many countries and thousands of miles later, after many haps and mishaps, we sold the Landrover in Asmara, flew to Khartoum, and ended our African adventure by taking the train, riding 4th class, to Egypt, and finally flying to Europe and the US.
This trip occurred 25 years before the introduction of digital cameras, thus we used 35mm equipment and experimented with various brands of slide film to record our adventures. Today our slides and prints have suffered the ravages of time, but thanks to a scanner and inexpensive, powerful graphics software, we have miraculously rejuvenated and sometimes even improved many of our faded memories.
Between a Rock and a Hard Stump Published August 17, 2015
Offline Worlwide Learning Published February 25, 2015
Andy Sketched Published September 14, 2012
Reeady Hike! Published March 05, 2012
Have Kayak, Will Paddle Published May 24, 2010
Gatherings Published April 29, 2010
Cisco Unleashed Published April 16, 2010
Sidibé ani Alou ka Furusiri Published March 22, 2010