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    Pretty good vid......7 min is about right as far as length.....
    Suggestion.....Maybe post a Intro and brief outline or explanation of what you are about to cover in the vid.

    I use a hot spot modem a lot, in the boonies....so watching a vid requires a lot of "Buffering/waiting".......
    An intro would help me decide if I going to watch a long slow vid......or not....
    My attention isn't want it used to be.

    Thanks for posting......
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    Thank you so much for your kind feed back.
    I appreciate it I will definitely make these improvements going forward.

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    No firearm? In South Africa? What if a leopard wants to have you for lunch?

    Interesting video, however.

    S.M.
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    - Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790),U.S. statesman, scientist, Historical Review of Pennsylvania, 1759

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seniorman View Post
    No firearm? In South Africa? What if a leopard wants to have you for lunch?

    Interesting video, however.

    S.M.
    hahhaahaha.. I have never carried a fire- arm with me, nor do I wish to. Leopard attacks are very very rare actually, they usually go for very small people or children and attack from the back... we where once stalked by a leopard though over a few days in the Drakensburg region near Rhodes. Other members did have Fire-arms on them at the time. Generally I haven't had much issue from wild life (thankfully) Its the people you cannot trust, the animals you can generally tell what they will do.
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    Day 2 hike in the wilderness, we came accross a fresh leopard kill, it was only a few hours dead,
    we processed what we could and ate that up in the evening in a cave down the trail:
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    that depends which one some i can carry on my back.
    the other is 2x2x4 feet and sits behinds the seats of the minivan.
    coyotes listen to them, like children of the night what music they make.

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