It’s exceedingly late but…
This reminds me of that famous building in New York (?)
Kathmandu is dusty! Blame it on the earthquake and reconstruction efforts.
Matty looking enthusiastic for our flight to Pokhara. We felt out of place being the only group without hike boots, backpacks and having kids.
Fly a thousand miles, climb for an hours, bus for hours, visit a 50 year old monument to world peace and Ethan plays in the construction debris that needs to be removed from the site.
A girl and father (?), what will her life be like growing up on the beaten path of the Annapurna Circuit.
When I took this shot I thought: They do actually like each other.
This family lives on the side of a cliff selling snacks and some food to travelers. A world of difference from me life.
What is she thinking?
Taking a selfie after a semi-awkward welcome ceremony at Barauli Homestay.
Our leaking Dory that we took down the Narayani River. We saw alligators, turtles and birds that looked like cranes.
Construction in Nepal. All build by hand. The dust, safety and living conditions for workers is extremely challenging. We were amazed at what they do with so little!
Mark and Beth after my first visit to what I call the playpen… the place where non-Muslims get to drink/eat during Ramadan.
Making “Matty’s fired chicken”
LuLu the grocery store is always busy…
Mooky eating the sub he “designed” at Subway.
Back at the pool after two weeks away… life is back to normal.
I had a cold after getting back from Nepal. I was feeling especially down but Halls would have none of it!
Beach day. Any day at the beach is a good day.
Dinner and a movie.