His prognosis? Take two freeze-dried dung beetles and drum him in the morning.
Since I'd be sound asleep for the next 24 hours, Rosie gathered the girls for an excursion with their Tour Guide Tammy! You see, she leads safaris of her own and they are of a much more dangerous variety—at least to your credit cards!
Off they went into town! Their first purchase was some Jungle Green pills to dispel any remaining bean gas among the boys. You can't see it in the photo, but they got Jungle Greens In A Drum for Mango.
The Dughallmor Beagles had sent Rosie a shopping list — they can devour pigs' ears in a matter of seconds, let's see how long it will take them to polish off these elephant ears.
And naturally, she couldn't resist ordering several crates of these leopard-print tennis balls. I don't know, it kind of tastes like a mouthful of Mica. Not that I'd know from personal experience.
Rather than spending all her rand on a shopping spree, Khyra decided she really wanted to indulge a complete South African makeover. She'd noticed the admiring glances that Tammy got for her luxurious blonde locks and decided to see if it was true about who has more fun...
The girls were delighted to meet a local celebrity - Gregory Da Silva, the world famous Egg Man of Cape Town, South Africa!
As Asta and Honey posed for a photo with the Egg Man, Rosie was inspired....and after a private consultation with the Egg Man, she revealed herself as....
...the TENNIS BALL DOG!!!
How she's going to get that back on the plane, I have no idea! She may have fit that tent in her totebag but I think she'll have to wear this on the flight.
A few hours after the girls arrived back at Max's estate, there was a knock on the door...*
"No, you fool," replied an irritated Lacie, "I didn't say I wanted to 'bag an alligator' — I said I wanted to get an alligator BAG!"
Well who knew? Apparently Lacie won't date just anybody/thing!
* Other than the bouquet of flowers, this photo wasn't retouched. It is a REAL alligator that came to visit some people on Hilton Head — where we're headed on Friday — when they were barbequeing in the back yard!!! Fortunately, this alligator was on the other side of the Island from our house and the alligators in the lagoon behind the house always phone before they drop by!