Once upon a cool September morning the wild African animals gathered under the rising sun and asked one another what they wanted to do today. "Lounge high in the tree and nibble on impala meat," squeaked a little leopard. "Make noise and scare the small animals away," commented a matron elephant. "And lets do it all where some wonderful young ladies in a big blue truck will see us." suggested a wise old rhino. Before long the savannah was filled with anxious animals wanting to go out and play. And so off they went, in packs, prides, and troops to roam about and cause a scene.
Luckily, that same day the TTSers happened to be out on safari with binoculars in hand. Before the sun had reached its peak, the group spotted the big 5 and began to peer deeper into the grasses and see the other mysterious animals relaxing in the sun. And by the end of the safari, the group was lucky enough to see some of the rarest animals of all.
As we drove away from the safari, we heard the animals say good bye and wish us luck on our adventures. The rest of the day was filled with laughter, stories, songs and tales of the elusive Sable antelope.