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Sage at rest

May 30, 2012

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A sad day for us as we put Sage up for storage for a while.

On May 26th we left Sage on her own to travel to Sandakan to take an exploratory trip up the Kinabantagan River to search for pygmy elephants, rhinoceros hornbills, orangutans and probiscis macaque monkeys. Saw them all so turned out to be a great trip.

When I figure out how to get the pictures off my camera and into this tablet I will post some of them. In the meantime we continue to travel in Borneo slowly making our way to Singapore where will fly back to Canada to visit family and friends.

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. Charmain permalink
    May 31, 2012 11:03

    What a JOURNEY!

    I just learned that after traveling around the world and visiting many off the path locations, my nephew has started a micro-brewery. He is becoming so successful that he was interviewed by a local (Connecticut) TV station.

    So who knows what thoughts will come into your mind after this great trip you two have just accomplished.

    Congratulations on your successful journey.

    Will we see you in SF in June? Is that still one of the plans?

    Charmain

  2. Admiral Wayno permalink
    May 31, 2012 11:42

    Can I have a pygmy elephant please? Congrats you guys. Well done! Maybe see you back in BC….?

  3. John Middleton permalink
    May 31, 2012 18:43

    “A change is as good as a rest.” as they say, and I’m sure you ready for one. If you get back to Victoria give me a call and I’ll buy you lunch. I’ve enjoyed following your adventures and look forward to future installments. TTFN

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