|Oh, we’re off the beaten path now! Kathy and I at
the Everest Snow Leopard Guest House.
|Tibetan prayer flags. The colors represent the five
elements: blue (sky), white (wind), red (fire), green (water),
yellow (earth). According to Tibetan tradition,
health and harmony are achieved through the
balance of these five elements.
|The Himalayan Restaurant comes with its own cow.|
|Several people were making rock piles, ready to sell
the pile to whoever might need rocks.
|Go ahead, Larry, it’s just yak meat.|
|Giddyup against the dusky white clouds.|
|The door handle broke on our fine room, so the
5 year old daughter of the housekeeper jumped
in to show us how to break in easily.
|So maybe next time, they shouldn’t use light bulbs
with such high wattage here?
|We can’t drink alcohol at this altitude, so we
toasted a successful day with yak milk sweet
tea, which is slightly better than yak butter
tea. I wonder if they make yak milk lattes?
|We’re now at 15,000 ft. and the sun is intense.
Next stop – Everest Base Camp!!!
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