“Charles, do you think we should alert our three guests about the lions?’ asked Miles.
“Well, I’ve been trying to decide how to handle that. Bryce, your thoughts?” I asked.
“You know guys, I’m thinking it might be better to not worry them about it. We are going to be extremely careful and watchful. Our three guests might not sleep and be scared to even be outside. What do you think, Charles?’ Bryce asked.
“I think we’ll just keep it quiet. I do want us to take turns keeping watch at night. If they ask, we can say it is mostly due to the hyena attack. I’ll take the first watch tonight. Bryce, will you spell me at about 2:00am?” I asked.
“You bet Bwana K. See ya’ in 10,” Bryce answered as he turned to head to his tent.
“Bright eyes,” I said.
“Yes, Bwana K,” answered Makali.
“You carry gun today, ok?”
“Yes, Bwana. You carry cigarettes.”
“Yes, wind in our face,” I said.