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skychimp posts on 7/9/2007 11:33:03 AM I know Mark. I know how to get in touch with him. We have been lovers for years. Ask his wife.
lisa eldred posts on 7/4/2007 5:47:36 AM Would like to find out if Mark Ross is still working as a guide and if so, how I might contact him to plan my dream vacation, a photographic safari in the heart of africa. pls reply.
Ollie Hill posts on 6/16/2007 2:52:37 AM How do I request information about Mark C. Ross safari's? OH



Nitha Karanja + Sarah Mostafa-Kamel posts on 4/24/2007 10:35:08 AM I'm not trying to provoke anyone, but I will just ask you to consider the problematic nature of such writings. Please read on post-colonial literature. Please learn more about the relationship between the neo-colonial class and the African peoples they "love" so dearly. Please learn more about the history of the "kenyan cowboy". After this, I truly feel you will have a much more accurate and sensitive understanding of many issues affecting sub-saharan africa- and you will see with more clarity the problems inherent in works such as these ones.
Elaine Wolf posts on 4/23/2007 2:22:44 PM Talking about trips with old friends and your name came up. Are you still taking Safari groups. My memories of ours are still so vivid. Hope t6o hear from you.
Kim Scott posts on 4/13/2007 5:26:14 PM I have come across the book Dangerous Beauty it has a note on the first page. To Mom Christmas 2001 Love, Mark with a line pointing to Lewa Downs & Stampede Kenya saying wish you were here! The book is a first edition 2001. Was this book given to Mark C Ross' mother by him/you? How would I find out? Please respond to klt0419@comcast.net Thank you, Kim
nitha+sarah posts on 3/2/2007 5:19:36 PM I'm not trying to provoke anyone, but I will just ask you to consider the problematic nature of such writings. Please read on post-colonial literature. Please learn more about the relationship between the neo-colonial class and the African peoples they "love" so dearly. Please learn more about the history of the "kenyan cowboy". After this, I truly feel you will have a much more accurate and sensitive understanding of many issues affecting sub-saharan africa- and you will see with more clarity the problems inherent in works such as these ones.
Anonymous posts on 2/24/2007 11:32:45 AM Mark, ofcourse I read your book and thought it was amazing. I long to return to Africa some day, and I will always be grateful for the time I spent with you in Africa and in Michigan. Your passion for life and for Africa certainly was represented in your book. The photo's that surround me every day in my office, will always remind me of how you and Africa changed my life. Hope all is well with you. Rhonda
Charisse Rotoff posts on 2/9/2007 2:21:05 AM I just wanted to say thanks for writing the book ! Reading about your adventures on safari enabled my sister (Elisha) and I to relive our wonderful memories or our time in Africa. Also, reading your harrowing account of that dreadful day in Uganda reminded us of how fortunate we were to be at the other park, at the time. Something that only fate played a part in. Your photographs were amazing ! You should have included more of them. The photo of the lion in the mist is just breathtaking. Where can I buy a copy of it ?
Paul Miller posts on 1/30/2007 12:07:23 PM Your infamous tour of death for my sister Susan is now in book form, how proud you must be of your actions. My father warned her not to go because of the genocidal turmoil of the region but you were unaware of the danger? You write better than you guide. Enjoy your blood money.
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