Nsawanga Cave Posted on February 26, 2014 by familymaurer under Uncategorized We were walking back to our car and saw this…a giant cat print. On a hike in Matopos National Park, Zimbabwe we came upon these Bushman cave paintings. These paintings are 2000 years old. 0.000000 0.000000 Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
Is that petrified poop??
its a leopard paw print
Hi all. We read a nice article in today’s newspaper written by Lily. Then we were inspired to look at your Blog! Looks like fun! Be safe, Katy and John & Jared and Galen
Hi Family Maurer!
We were interested to read your story in the NYTimes. We are also from Flagstaff but we currently live in Santiago, Chile. Do you plan on going to South America? If so, we should get in touch. We would be happy to show you around.
All the best,
The Horn Family
Lily . . . you are a lucky girl to travel with your family on such an amazing trip around the world! What an educational experience. Today I read your blog from beginning to end. You are quite the writer. Maybe you should write a book about your family’s adventures on your awesome trip. My prayers for you and your family that you continue to have a safe and fun trip until you return home. Peace and blessings to the Maurer family. Thank you for sharing.
So cool – I feel inspired to do something like this with my family! A great adventure!
I finally had a chance to check in and catch up on your travels. WOW! I am so jealous, what a trip! I read the article in the NY Times and Lilly’s article in the AZ Sun, she is a great writer. I am living vicariously, so keep up the blog. I even showed some of your pictures to my class at school. Have fun!
Katie Petrie Muha
Hi Lily! We love your blog. My husband and I recently returned from a two-year journey around the world, during which we homeschooled our three small children, so it’s lovely to hear about another family on a similar adventure. We are posting our favorite recipes, photos, homeschool reports and travelogues on our web site. Let us know what you think: http://thebigfieldtrip.com/
We look forward to reading about your adventures!
~The Smirkman Family