National Geographic : 1969 Feb
Trailing plumes of golden dust, the author's Land-Rover (right) traverses the Masai Amboseli Game Reserve at sunset. Dusk finds him back at his safari camp (below), jotting down details of a memo rable day in the wilds. Each morning during the safari, he and his companions depart from camp for a day-long drive through Kenya's gamelands. While they are out on tour, a crew strikes the tents, packs all equip ment aboard trucks, and heads off to a pre-arranged destination. When the tired, dusty travelers arrive late in the afternoon, they find tents set up, campfires aglow, and dinner waiting 172 to be served.