|Landslide across the road|
|A river along the way|
|welcome with cottas(scarf) and flowers|
the man on the right is Hari Dhungana
|Children came too|
|They should have welcomed LDS Charities not honor|
Mr. Elder Wasuita. Somehow they got the
wrong message. I think they were very appreciative
to have someone help them to get water.
|waiting while this jeep was winched back up onto the road|
|looking down at a river in the bottom of the mountains. Parbatakunda|
is very high up in the mountains.
|muddy mountain roads. what a mess. Only 4 wheel drive|
vehicles can go here.
|A big track hoe had to pull buses and big trucks through|
a deep muddy spot in the road.
|A pretty river along the way|
|winding road to the top of the mountain|
|A village woman pouring some drinking alcohol in Mike's|
hand. Now what do I do?
|The water source for the village|
|Another village welcomes Mr. Elder Wasuita|
|shows the native clothing|
|Village, water will serve|
|water users committee|
|Nepali food. masala chicken, rice, vegetables|
|interesting gentleman Mike met. He carried a|
big knife in his belt.