Adventures in Africa

Dr. Milford with her two sisters from Down Under

 


 

Providing care at Christian Academy with Norman Banda in Zimbabwe

 


 

Taking a break after a long day at the Christian Academy

 


 

Say hi to Beretta, our doggy host in Livingstone, Zamibia

 


 

Libuya Clinic in Livingstone, named for David Livingstone, the Scottish missionary and explorer

 


 

Painting a Zambia schoolhouse. It turns out that we're better doctors than painters.

 


 

Open air markets in Livingstone, Zambia. We couldn't find Powell's Candy Store.

 


 

We provided home-based care in villages around Livingstone

 


 

This goat did not believe that we have a Safari Room in Los Gatos

 


 

Babies line up for checkups at the Linda Clinic in Zambia

 


 

Meeting new friends on a long walk to provide care to remote villages

 


 

Doing checkups for some new friends

 


 

After-school care and story time... kids in Africa like Cat in the Hat! Beretta helped us. He's the one with the pink tongue and no school uniform.



 

Nightlife at the Cafe Zambezi in Livingstone

 


 

This lady is not a Detroit Lion. She is an African Lion. She thinks that soccer is called football.

 


 

One of these things is not like the others...

 


 

Guess which one is the lion...

 


 

Watch out for warthogs and monkeys at the Zimbabwe border crossing!

 


 

Victoria Falls, named for Queen Victoria, on the border of Zimbabwe and Zambia

 


 

Relaxing on the Zamebezi River cruise near Victoria Falls

 


 

The sisters take a Rhino Walk.. just not too close to the big guys

 


 

The giraffe on the top is a cousin of Griff, the tall guy in our Safari Exam Room

 


 

On the Chobe Safari, the elephants and impalas needed checkups and flu shots

 


 

Unlike Disneyland, the elephants on this river safari were real

 


 

It's bath time on the Zambezi... the hippo sings in the shower

 


 

Check out the hefflaumps, crocosmiles and peeples

 


 

Water buffaloes have hard heads. And elephants have long noses.

 


 

There is simply nothing more noble on Earth than the elephant

 


 

The sisters with their guide, Daniel

 


 

Elephant Valley Lodge in Botswana's Chobe National Park

 


 

Relaxing in the Zambezi sun. Apparently, zebras get stripes when they tan.

 


 

A Zambezi sunset paints the sky to end a perfect trip
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