Posted November 8, 2019 7:00 am by Comments

By Kristin Alberts’s Kristin Alberts spent two weeks on Safari in South Africa alongside hunting partner Stan Pate. There they harvested 16 animals between them — 13 different species from Springbok to Cape Buffalo and everything in between. Here are a few photos from the adventure.
Pate and Alberts found a welcome home at Waterval Safaris, near Kimberley in South Africa’s Northern Cape with PH’s Boetie and Mardene Cooper. (Photo: Boetie Cooper/Waterval Safaris)
Pate and Alberts brought Savage Arms rifles, Bushnell optics, Norma ammunition, Pelican cases, Carter Cutlery knives, 5.11 Tactical apparel and Dark Angel Medical IFAK kits for the expedition. (Photo: Stan Pate/
Beware the animals! (Photo: Kristin Alberts/
Since reading Ruark, Hemingway and Capstick while growing up, Kristin Alberts dreamt of hunting the Kudu, the Grey Ghost of Africa. That dream became reality on this Safari, using a Savage High Country rifle in .300 Win Mag, Norma Oryx ammunition and a Bushnell Nitro scope. (Photo: Stan Pate/
Plenty of smiles even after walking through the hills over 9-miles. From left: Professional Hunter Boetie Cooper, Alberts, and Pate with Pate’s Warthog, harvested with the Savage High Country in 6.5 Creedmoor. (Photo: Waterval Safaris)
Pate poses alongside one of his trophies. (Photo: Kristin Alberts/
Pate’s Cape Buffalo taken with


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