Cry of the Kalahari - Chapter 6, Camp Summary & Analysis

Mark James Owens
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Chapter 6, Camp Summary and Analysis

Things have improved in camp. The hunter, Lionel Palmer, has loaned them a trailer which they use to get water at a much closer location than Maun. One day, Mark takes the truck to Maun for supplies. Delia wants to stay behind and catch up on a mound of paperwork. He will be gone three or four days. She shares bread with Chief the hornbill and some of his feathered friends. She thinks back about the critters that routinely come around the camp for a hand-out or to steal food. There is Laramie the lizard who eats as many flies as he can find. Moose the mongoose terrified Delia one morning when she felt him moving under her covers. She thought a big rat was in her bed and was relieved to see that it was a mongoose. Moose...

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