|Ferris wheel in a village.|
|A swing. It is strong enough for adults to swing.|
|herding goats. walking tree behind|
|Security guard (Shem) at our apartment. 1st day of holiday|
you plant grain or grass, then on the 10th day you pick it and wear it
behind your ear. Symbolism.
|A double headed raincoat and motorcycle cover for when|
it rains in Nepal.
|Billboard suggesting stop the abuse!|
|Elder Wasuita swinging. Needed a push to get going.|
|Jim and Karen Greding (our technical specialists from Cal.) were|
here in October. We showed them most of our ongoing
water projects. Beautiful Nepal!
|Young girl carrying water home. The silver container|
is called a Gagri. Mike is bringing one home.
|Bishnu Adhikari family|
Bishnu, Mangila, Jeevs, Smina, and Rebecca
|Tihar in Besishahar. The kids line the streets to sing|
and dance. They don't let vehicles pass unless they
give them money.
|Kids in Besishahar. Mike got them to sing Resam firiri. Such|
posers. All kids are the same.
|What a dangerous way to travel. No room inside|
the vehicle. Hang on outside.
|Beautiful mountains in Besishahar|