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Re: Pic of the Day - Africa [Re: NitroX]
      #320443 - 07/10/18 08:55 PM

miss trumph in africa











whatever happen she has a good hand for her dress, in africa safary style and stilettos

of course, the cultural bolshevis slobber and whine that this is the hat for a rassist

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Re: Pic of the Day - Africa [Re: lancaster]
      #320450 - 08/10/18 01:38 AM

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miss trumph in africa






What a stylish woman.

I think she has been watching "Out of Africa".

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whatever happen she has a good hand for her dress, in africa safary style and stilettos

of course, the cultural bolshevis slobber and whine that this is the hat for a rassist




cultural bolshevis slobber and whine

An apt description.

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Re: Pic of the Day - Africa [Re: lancaster]
      #322301 - 08/12/18 05:57 PM

for the lee enfield lovers


A No.5 Mk.I Jungle Carbine as used by British troops during WWII in 1945, and carried by a Kenyan game warden in 2008 showing the distinctive buttpad.

https://wwiiafterwwii.wordpress.com/tag/australia/

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Re: Pic of the Day - Africa [Re: lancaster]
      #322311 - 09/12/18 05:55 AM

Yowser! The boots, breeks and white blouse!!!!! Lovely lady.

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Re: Pic of the Day - Africa [Re: lancaster]
      #323208 - 11/01/19 07:41 PM


Domestic goat of the Galla Somali race climbing an Acacia tree in search of food on the island of Dahlak Kebir (Eritrea). The paucity of food and water on the Red Sea islands makes life hard for mammals (photo by Giuseppe De Marchi)


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Re: Pic of the Day - Africa [Re: lancaster]
      #349985 - 04/02/21 06:22 AM

honey badger had a bad day



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Re: Pic of the Day - Africa [Re: lancaster]
      #350004 - 04/02/21 09:38 AM

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honey badger had a bad day



Doesn't seem to give a sh!t though.....

Typical honey badger!


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Re: Pic of the Day - Africa [Re: Marrakai]
      #350039 - 05/02/21 06:06 AM

Quote:

Quote:

honey badger had a bad day



Doesn't seem to give a sh!t though.....

Typical honey badger!


{you should have seen the other guy!}




maybe the best companion to a wolverine at all



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Re: Pic of the Day - Africa [Re: lancaster]
      #350068 - 05/02/21 09:09 PM

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honey badger had a bad day






Its a disguise, camouflage. Its a porcupine not a honey badger.

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Re: Pic of the Day - Africa [Re: NitroX]
      #350093 - 06/02/21 01:51 PM

Wow ! them there Honey Badgers are very clever ! might try it the next time I go hunting and see if it works ! ouch !smarter than the average Bear !

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Re: Pic of the Day - Africa [Re: lancaster]
      #350128 - 07/02/21 06:15 PM

Revisiting and enjoying again this great post.


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some pics from the vintage air rally 2016 http://www.vintageairrally.com/

"Following in the footsteps of the pioneering flights in the 1920s – we’ll connect some of the most beautiful and evocative points in Africa. Flying low along the Nile from Cairo to Khartoum, past the highlands of Ethiopia before the plains of Kenya and the home of African aviation in Nairobi. Then off again past Kilimanjaro into the Serengeti – and on to the spice island of Zanzibar. After a short pause to enjoy the Indian ocean, we continue, crossing Zambia to Victoria Falls, before continuing to Bulawayo in Zimbabwe. Our final days take us into, and across, stunning South Africa – to the Cape, journey’s end."













































































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Re: Pic of the Day - Africa [Re: NitroX]
      #350129 - 07/02/21 08:33 PM

Excellent pics, amazing scenery.

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Re: Pic of the Day - Africa [Re: Waidmannsheil]
      #350130 - 07/02/21 10:19 PM

And amazingly that was how many of these old timer planes got to East Africa and even Southern Africa in the old days. Flown all the way!

Hopping across Europe. Over Egtpy. The Sudan, Uganda then Kenya.

One should know how to fly it after all those hours!

I read an account where on PH was asked to drive a truck from Europe across North Africa to Kenya. The truck to be used to build a safari hunting car.

I would love to learn to fly, and acquire an open cockpit plane. What great fun that would be. I have piloted a plane to take off twice! But not landed as a pilot.

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Re: Pic of the Day - Africa [Re: NitroX]
      #350155 - 08/02/21 08:48 AM

Those old Tiger Moths apparently are quite easy & simple to fly.
I had one flying lesson in a 172 Cessna. That was fun, however I did not take off, nor land the plane. I had the opportunity to land it, but
elected not to and asked the instructor to land it. Brought it around to final, then chickened out. I mean, it was only a 1 hour lesson.
I've flown a lot of RC stuff, but this was somewhat different.
Oh yeah - I've crashed a lot of RC planes, too, almost every one I ever built and some of them, a couple times.


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Re: Pic of the Day - Africa [Re: Daryl_S]
      #350162 - 08/02/21 12:04 PM

Beautiful Pics !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Thank you
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Re: Pic of the Day - Africa [Re: Daryl_S]
      #350170 - 08/02/21 03:24 PM

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I had one flying lesson in a 172 Cessna. That was fun, however I did not take off, nor land the plane. I had the opportunity to land it, but
elected not to and asked the instructor to land it. Brought it around to final, then chickened out. I mean, it was only a 1 hour lesson.
I've flown a lot of RC stuff, but this was somewhat different.
Oh yeah - I've crashed a lot of RC planes, too, almost every one I ever built and some of them, a couple times.




Well it was my first flight. I WAS offered to take it off, was quite simple. Just hold the plane straight, and ease slowly on the "accelerator". Slowly lift. All done by instruction of course.

I think landing is more dangerous.

I have taken off and landed plenty of WW1 biplanes in Age of Aces or some such WW1 air battle computer game. Even performed the Ludendorf manoeuvres to take out Britischer aircraft. The pity of the game was I could not machine gun trenches! Fun games flying WW1 biplanes but does not have the wind in one's hair.

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Re: Pic of the Day - Africa [Re: NitroX]
      #350173 - 08/02/21 05:58 PM

Generally flying a simple aircraft is easier than driving a car when conditions are good. The take off is far easier in a nose wheel plane, a tail dragger takes a bit more skill and judgement. Landing is a totally different story. I had a private pilots unrestricted licence with aerobatic endorsement. Flying became to expensive to maintain once I was married. Still miss it.

I would have given my eye teeth to have flown one of those Tigers on that trip.


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Re: Pic of the Day - Africa [Re: Rule303]
      #358357 - 20/11/21 11:44 PM





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Re: Pic of the Day - Africa [Re: lancaster]
      #358541 - 25/11/21 07:42 AM

I wonder nobody try to make a comment

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Re: Pic of the Day - Africa [Re: lancaster]
      #358580 - 26/11/21 06:32 AM

In French, when one helps big portions of food but doesn’t clean his/her plate, one says « he/she has bigger eyes than stomach ». In this case I would say that the lady has a libido bigger than her mouth or vagina, depending on the way she would dream to enjoy the elephant’s treat.
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Re: Pic of the Day - Africa [Re: Louis]
      #358581 - 26/11/21 06:41 AM

well, I am not 100% sure this is a real animal

I would not sit between elephants feet, who know what he will doing next and trample you to death.

well, common tourists do the most foolish things.

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Re: Pic of the Day - Africa [Re: Rule303]
      #358584 - 26/11/21 09:39 AM

Quote:

Generally flying a simple aircraft is easier than driving a car when conditions are good. The take off is far easier in a nose wheel plane, a tail-dragger takes a bit more skill and judgement. Landing is a totally different story. I had a private pilots unrestricted license with aerobatic endorsement. Flying became to expensive to maintain once I was married. Still miss it.

I would have given my eye teeth to have flown one of those Tigers on that trip.




Wonderful. Marriage stopped a lot of "stuff" for me. Piloting an aeroplane was not one of them. LOL - I wish, though.
I "almost" tried for a pilot's license back in Smithers in the late 70's. Had an opportunity to buy a Taylor craft with both wheels and floats for $3,500.00.
Just married and struggling to make a living. So- no pilot's license and no aeroplane.

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