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heber ctity, Utah
April 9, 2007
From journal A Good Place to Leave
Los Angeles, California
December 25, 2004
There are two waterholes that serve as animal magnets during the dry months. Since it had recently rained, not many large animals were around. The rooms here aren't anything to write home about. In fact, they're quite worn. As we were mostly on the deck in the lodge peering through binoculars, we only really used the room to sleep in. There is mosquito netting above the bed, which is necessary, for there are thousands of bugs outside. Just make sure to leave your lights off when you're not in the room and by all means, close the windows and drapes at night. There is an adjustable ceiling fan to keep you cool. Even though the room was dowdy, it was kept clean. The king-size bed in our room was a comfortable place to retire each night. Each and every staff member we met here always greeted us with a hearty, Jambo. While sitting at dinner or on the deck viewing the animals, often staff would come by to check if we needed anything and then would tell us some "tales of the waterhole." I know it's nature in action, but I'm very thankful I didn't witness anything being killed or eaten.
From journal A Heavenly Kenyan Safari