By Ed Hanson
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The 22-foot Wellcraft was large and 51 AFRICAN SAFARI comfortable. It gave the Barclays a feeling of security they hadn’t had in the little canoes. Powered by a 90-horsepower outboard motor, the Wellcraft could zip along at high speed. It could also idle down to just a few miles per hour when necessary. As they headed upriver, Doug used his binoculars to scan the shoreline for wildlife. A few miles past the mouth of the Tutsi River, Doug turned into a large cove. He slowed the engine and pointed his finger.
Jim and Aaron wandered around the city for a couple of hours. When they returned to the hotel, the rest of the family was waiting for them. As they talked over dinner, they recalled exciting moments on their trip. Everyone agreed that being dumped into the Tutsi River by a hippo was a close second to fending off crocodiles! ” Paul exclaimed. “Oh, no! There you go again, Dad,” Pam piped up. “Once again, you’re confusing excitement with terror. ” Paul had to agree. “Okay, okay. ” “For once, I have to agree with Pam,” Aaron added.
All their supplies were gone, and they were miles from help. Paul thought it through. When they didn’t return to the lodge, someone would be sent to look for them. But it could be a long time before help came. Worst of all, they were stranded on a small sandbar in the middle of a crocodile-infested river. With night soon approaching, their prospects seemed very bleak indeed. Paul knelt beside Samuel. ” he asked. Samuel looked up and shook his head in frustration. “I’ve been traveling this river for eight years,” he groaned.
African Safari (The Barclay Family Adventures 2) by Ed Hanson