Bus is at the Bottom
Bridge Over a Modi Khola Tributary
Museum Display: Containers
Museum Display: Shrine
Museum Display: Child Ferris Wheel
Farm Worker Wearing Traditional Wool Rain Poncho
Museum Display: Tools
View through the Museum Door
Museum Display: Foot Operated Tool
I think this was to crush grain, possibly while focused on other things with the upper body.
Museum Display: Urns
Museum Display: Brass Tableware
Museum Display: Bamboo Products
Museum Display: Copper Pots
Ghandruk Skyline, South Annapurna & Hiunchuli
Annapurna South from the Trail
Museum Display: Millet
Museum Display: Loom
Honey Hunting Cliffs
The steep cliffs in the center of this photo are one of the locations where the Gurung tribes people harvest honey.
A Vanishing Way of Life?
Love the umbrella at the end. These were pretty common on the trail, serving the duel purpose of protecting from sun or rain.
Dressed Up Livestock
Our Hard-Working Crew
Vijay, Nuri, Jeet and Dinesh
Dave & Karen Trying to Avoid the Team
Nepalese children along the trail earning a treat by singing this ubiquitous song.
Nepal House on Hill
Amazing Use of Land
Tea & a Rest
Shiva's Trident on the Roof
Ida, Pingala and Sushumna. These are the three basic nadis – the left, the right and the central – in the energy body of the human system.
Entertainers Transitioned to Audience
Steep Valleys Off of Various Annapurna Mountains