Back from Extinction (Again)

G’day! If you’re reading this, I’m back! I am probably the only animal that has gone utterly extinct and subsequently returned. Yet, here I am. I am alive, and I have new content for your viewing pleasure.

Originally, I made this site for fun, but when I started taking it seriously, it became a chore, and I started losing interest. Then, when I started writing articles for a website called Roaring Earth, that was the final nail in the coffin. Why write articles on my own site when I can get paid to write them for someone else? Well, I’ll tell ya. Some things aren’t about money or views.

While I enjoy writing for Roaring Earth, I also like to create my own content as well, and that’s why I’ve published this new post. I cannot promise that I will be prolific with my posts, but I will certainly make a better effort to post more than once a year. Haha.

Anyways, I have been around a bit. In November 2016, I went to Zambia, which was my first ever trip to Africa. Going to Africa had always been a dream of mine, and I was overjoyed to finally fulfill it. I cannot wait to go back!

A leopard in Zambia's South Luangwa Valley. Leopards are quite prevalent in this part of Africa.
A leopard perched in a tree in Zambia’s South Luangwa Valley.

Additionally, in January 2017, I went to Iceland and explored the southern parts of the country. I went scuba diving in the Silfra Fissure, where the North American and European tectonic plates are slowly pulling away. There, I put one hand on North America and the other on Europe. That was pretty cool. But, anyways, enough about me. I’ll write some more nature/wildlife-related posts soon. Until then, take it easy!

Me in Iceland.  In January. Iceland looks like Middle Earth/Westeros.

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