“Well, done. Let’s grab that cage, Mates,” Miles says…,

(“Copy that, Bwana. Benga, Makali, help me grab that cage,” Miles says as he turns to walk toward the motor home.)

“Charles, Robert Thomas told me that there is an electricity connection in our campsite. It may be on that pole over there,” Benjamin says, pointing toward the other side of the camper. “He said we’d have outside lighting, and you can hook up your generator. I’ll go check it out.”

“That would be excellent,” I answer. “Here take my flashlight.” 

Benjamin turns to walk toward the pole. Makali goes with him. We look back down at the lioness. There is a loud “click” sound as we are suddenly consumed with light illuminating from the top of the pole. 

“Wow. Well, done. Let’s grab that cage, Mates,” Miles says, signaling to Benga.

“Don’t you think we should set it up on that side closer to the light?” he asks.

“Yep, good plan,” I answer. “I’ll pull the pickup over there to be closer.”

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