Wednesday, November 2, 2011

The Dangers of Riding a Bike In An Area Where Jacksons Hartebeest migrate


Anonymous said...

beg to differ Sir ;-) Point of Order - This is a Red Hartebeest (Alcelaphus b caama), I think Jackson's is in East Africa? This incident was at Albert Falls Dam, here in KwaZulu-Natal, S.Africa about 30kms north of me ;-) Anything that helps keep the number of lycra-clad weekend cyclists within reasonable limits, is okay by me!
very best, Jim Stockley

Wade G. Burck said...

Beg to differ, first Point of Order, I am no sir. :) Do you have a picture of a safari shot Red Hartebeest? Well, I didn't, but I did have one of a Jackson's. Why couldn't he have run from East Africa to South Africa? Isn't that possible. :) I didn't expect Bernhard Grizmek to be reading the blog, and thought I could get away with the dupe, at least until Richard Reynold's got here. I was going to make a comment about some "candy ass spandex" but thought I would leave that to someone else, and you delivered brilliantly, Jim.

Be safe mate,