The Guinea Fowl Shawl


The brace of pointers ran back together, each holding a guinea fowl proudly in their square jaw.  The sun was setting over the Aberdare Mountains and it was time to retreat to the folds of a canvas and teak campaign chair for a drink.  By the warmth of the stone hearth in a room decorated with oriental rugs and European mounts, the champagne was toasted, stories are told as they can only be in Africa, and the laughter continues on into the black of the night.


A black cashmere shawl, fringed with black and white spotted guinea fowl feathers.