|A little girl helping her mom roll out bread dough for|
the morning at a local canteen(place to eat on the street)
|Supposedly a mailbox. I sure wouldn't put in mail in it. Also|
notice the wonderful muddy streets. Thats how it is when it rains.
|gentleman washing his feet off in the puddle|
|One of many shoe repair stations. A policeman brushing|
the dust off his shoes. This repairman poked a hole in Mike's
belt and Mike gave him like $1.00. He sits on a corner we
pass by most everyday and always smiles and says "Nameste"
|Man carrying baby chicks in his basket for sale. Not sure how|
that basket stays on his head. Those chicks have got to be
moving around. Also lots of motorcycles in Kathmandu.
Cheaper mode of transportation.
|Little boy in front of a knife sharpening machine. They|
pedal it like a bicycle. I need to take a few knives to get
|These are like plates they grind their grains into flour on.|
These were for sale.
|Dinner at restaurant with our mission president and his|
wife (Peter and Kelly Sackley) other missionaries on
left (Jim and Chris Valentine)
|Rug we purchased for our apartment|
|I think he has a load of yarn on his rickshaw.|
|This is jack fruit.Very seasonal fruit here. I didn't get to taste it, but|
Mike did and he said it kind of tasted like bananas.
|A cute elderly Nepali woman we see on our street|