“Miles, watch for that big male. Do you see “one-eyed” female?”

 

(“Watch out for the big window, it may explode! Miles and Makali, pick a smaller window and look for the killers.”)

 

“I’ve got this back window, Makali.”

“Me take this one.”

“I’ll take the front windshield,” as I slide into the passenger seat in the cab.

The lightning flashes have slowed to one about every 6 seconds. The rain continues to fall in sheets. Between the flashes, I see nothing from my vantage point but the flooding ground in front of the camper. 

“Bwana, big male simba near cage! Cage have much water around, but she simba ok. Now he gone Bwana.”

“Miles, watch for that big male. Do you see “one-eyed” female?”

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