class kit winners…

thanks for the great comments about the videos.  happy to share moments with all of you.
congrats to the following blog winners – please email me your contact info…t!m

As for a favorite moment- I can't single out just one. I loved your journaling as you shared your sense of wonder and awe, the sights and colors of the land. It was a privilege to join in your adventure! You really brought South Africa into my home. I have to say that I was amazed by that giant paw print-it looked like it you were out there crafting with your crackle paint. AWESOME, just AWESOME!!
Posted by: melissa | May 11, 2009 at 01:52 PM

Tim….I have to say that I LOVE the sound track to the Kichaka video! πŸ™‚ I also loved when you were feeding the giraffe! πŸ™‚ I was rolling when it would stick out its long, funky toungue to get more grub! πŸ™‚
Also…I loved the view from your bungalow! πŸ™‚ The ladies with there gloves were a hoot…..I was surprised…who does that? I guess they do! πŸ˜‰
Thanks for showing us how much fun you had! πŸ™‚
Posted by: Kathy F | May 11, 2009 at 12:32 PM

To see all those beautiful animals in their natural habitat…unbelievable. I had goosebumps watching the entire video…to watch and play with cat cubs…amazing, what I would give for that. The trip up the mountain and traveling thru the clouds..heavenly. A trip you will never forget; thank you for taking the time to share.
Posted by: Dale B. | May 11, 2009 at 09:28 PM

So many great shots & videos. I have to say I think the shot that made me look again was the shot where the elephants were right beside your vehicle with Mario watching them walk by. Love that. Thanks Tim for the wonderful view of what you actually got to experience. This would also be my dream trip. Thanks, Kathy
Posted by: kathy | May 12, 2009 at 06:50 AM

Tim,  My daughter and I met you at CKU Houston last year. Thanks for the videos. I showed them to my 2nd grade students in Texas at Roosevelt Elementary. My students liked the baby lions the best. They called it a great virtual field trip. Many of my students are from low socio-economic groups. Thanks to a grant that put a LCD projector in my classroom and a laptop, I am able to show my students many things that they may never have the opportunity to do. Thank you so much for posting these videos. Tracy Faulkner
Posted by: Tracy Faulkner | May 11, 2009 at 07:01 PM

My favorite thing about watching any if your videos of your journeys is the fantastic music you choose. You always pick the perfect music. I love the upside down tree you photographed while at kichaka, I saw it again on the video along with the amazing horizons. BEAUTIFUL!!!
Posted by: Tiffany | May 12, 2009 at 10:26 AM

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