Response to comments...
MomS, no. We didn't eat at McMoody's. We're kind of cautious with ground meats or meat products here.
Dad, McMoody's is a fast food burger joint that is like McDonald's, but not the same. Philbrick's know Max Church and his dad. We answered your questions from Day 2 in the comment section, but since you didn't see it...lspinella (aka Dad Spinella) - Yes Ashton's drink was an Orange Fanta. We can't wait to see Doug get the Groupies either - we'll be sure to take pictures. Yes, the property is in Tanzania although we are fairly close to Kenya as well. And yes, Don can have the sale - does he have his license here?
Zach, Doug appreciated your comment or at least the rest of us did.
We went to the Ngorongoro crater which is basically a massive mountain that imploded on itself a number of years ago. There is a large high rim enclosing the plains. Almost every animal is found here although the lack of trees makes the crater undesirable for giraffes. I’m not sure that words can accurately describe what we saw today so this entry is going to be mostly about the pictures.
Maasai are a nomadic people who depend on livestock for their survival. They live on three staples for their diet: cow’s blood, milk, and meat. During the dry season, they drink blood when no water is available.
This is just a taste of the photos we captured, and since kilobytes are precious – taking a long time to upload – we’d love to share the rest with you on our return for those that are interested.