“Watch out, Ginny. He’s charging!”
My sister and I were in Kenya on a horseback-riding vacation when a Cape buffalo attacked. We galloped away from the angry bull at full speed. Being experienced riders, we laughed with relief when we finally pulled the horses to a stop.
An African adventure had been at the top of our bucket lists. During the nine days of our unique safari, Ginny and I were going to watch millions of herbivores travel on their annual pilgrimage from the southern part of Kenya to the northern section of Tanzania – both from horseback and from camp vehicle.