Explore the magic of new ideas and books to read as well as see what books I have written, my favorite photos, my opinions on may subjects, including Science, Africa, the Caribbean, the Civil War, my Book Reviews, and Much More!
The Purpose of this site is:
A. To share with my followers my current and completed writing about Africa.
My first book – Kalahari – 1995,
My newest book – The Ghosts of Ukuthula – 2015:
A novel about the “Third Force” which attempted to take over the government of the Republic of South Africa in 1989-90 and thwart the move to a racially inclusive black African majority ruled government.
B. To share with readers my Peace Corps work in Cameroon 1966 – 68 .
St. Joseph’s College, student band, Juju man in Ndu, Giant Mt. Cameroon moth
C. To share my work as a Methodist Missionary in Maun Botswana, Africa in the 1973 – 1977.
Children fishing in dried river, Maun Secondary School, Student village clean-up.
D. And, to share my travels in Africa, including 2014 visit to Botswana.
Sunset in Chobe, Confiscated skulls of poached animals, Maun Secondary School
I Hope you enjoy your visit to my site and will share it with others.
See other links to my works at: http://www.richardhmcbeejr.com
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Found your blog, very nice pix. I don’t know many other people who’ve been to Botswana; have any of your blog posts been about your time there?
If you would be interested in donating digital copies of your Botswana photographs to the Botswana National Archives, contact me . It is helpful to preserve the photographic history of Botswana. Norman Spurling, Friends of Botswana, https://www.peacecorpsconnect.org/companies/friends-of-botswana-1
Norman, As an RPCV from Cameroon 66-68, I have a lot of digital pictures of that era. Then in 73-77, my wife and I were in Maun, Botswana as teacher missionaries working at Maun Secondary School and I have a large number of digital slides from there as well. So yes, I will be glad to send you copies with descriptions as well. Let me know how to send them. I presume there is a Cameroon rep. For that group as well. Guess I should look them up now that I have joined the PCV network. Thanks, Rick McBee. You can email me at Rmcbee.email@example.com