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Normally, a great shot like this would be a winner. But there’s an even more spectacular photo here. ” With that she tossed the photo on the table for all the family to see. The Barclays stared at the picture in amazement. It showed a big, open-jawed crocodile rearing out of the water to grab Ann. The picture also showed Paul rushing to his wife’s rescue. He was gripping a heavy tree limb. Clearly, he was prepared to smash it down on the reptile’s head. In its entirety the scene brilliantly captured the terrifying experience shared by everyone stranded on the sandbar.
Aaron looked over at Jim and slowly shook his head. ” Ann asked. “Oh, I shot some pictures all right. ” Pam couldn’t resist. ” she said with a smirk. 37 CHAPTER 6 Hippo Attack Early the next morning Samuel gathered the Barclays around him. “I have an exciting day planned for you,” he announced. “Did you know that many smaller rivers flow into the Zambezi? ” Paul asked. “Mostly because of its great size. In some places the Zambezi is so wide that you can’t see the opposite shoreline. Of course, we’ll spend some time on the great Zambezi.
Of course, we’ll spend some time on the great Zambezi. ” “Whatever you say, Samuel,” Paul answered. ” 38 Chapter • 6 Two 17-foot canoes were loaded into the back of a truck. Some box lunches and other gear were added to the load. Then they took off down the bumpy road. As he drove, Samuel told them what to expect. “The Tutsi River flows into the Zambezi five miles upstream from here. About 20 miles up the Tutsi there’s a waterfall. We’ll put the canoes in just below the falls. ” “That sounds like a long trip.