Tag Archives: Zimbabwe

Africa Safari rally is offically over


August 11, 2014. Stewball is back. Complete with lots of African dust and dirt, but also the     Cuban cigars Marco gave Ed on the rally. Doesn’t look like customs touched anything. Maybe the dirt served a purpose. Today … Continue reading

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This Time Zimbabwe


It was Day 11: May 12, 2014 Our first night in Zimbabwe would be in a “tented camp” at Matopos National Park  but before that we had to cross the border at Beitbridge into Zimbabwe. We were warned this  would be … Continue reading

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Catching up


Day 10: May 11: Mother’s Day in the U.S. and here I am in South Africa very far away from my kids and grandkids. In fact we are at the Mapungubwe Game Reserve. On the drive in, I photographed a zebra and a … Continue reading

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Preparing to Rally-Jan’s Perspective


April  6, 2014. If you read Ed’s blog on car preparation, you  need to know there is a lot more to getting ready for an endurance rally than just prepping the car. Here is the list of  equally important items (not … Continue reading

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Preparing for Africa Rally-Ed’s perspective


On April 26, we begin our trip to Cape Town for the Classic Safari Challenge organized by Endurance Rally Association (www.endurorally.com) in England. We will drive approximately 5,000 miles (on the British side of the road) through South Africa, Swaziland, … Continue reading

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