On April 1, Susie and I depart for a safari in the Okavango Delta in Botswana [Very luxurious, despite the facade of roughing it.] For two weeks I shall be totally incommunicado, unless a passing hyena has Internet access. Meanwhile, of course, we are all mesmerized by the mysterious disappearance of the Malaysian Airliner somewhere in a vast area of South Asia. The plane that has gone missing is a Boeing 777-200. We shall be flying from Atlanta to Oliver Tambo Airport in Johannesburg, South Africa on -- a Boeing 777-200.
Should I return, I shall post an account of the trip illustrated by pictures taken on my IPhone. But if the plane disappears, look for me in the Namibian desert. I shall practice my survival skills by watching King Solomon's Mines on NetFlix.