Another road maintenance crew. At these places they would often
have satellite dishes and TVs. Tingri, Tibet.
This small road lead us through the mighty peaks of the Himalaya
to Nepal. La Lung La, Tibet.
This part of the road marks the largest downhill in the world.
It goes from an attitude of more than 17,000 feet down to only
2,000 feet. La Lung La, Tibet.
John points out what the sign was trying to alert us
to, "Rock Falling Area." Barabise, Nepal.
Once we descended to the border region of Nepal, we were greeted
by sights and sounds that we had not experienced for months. For
more than a couple months we had almost never even seen a tree.
Near Kodari, Nepal.
Nepal was filled with vegetation and people. After Kodari, Nepal.
Ray, releasing a hand full of small paper prayer flags a top the
last mountain pass of the journey. La Lung La, Tibet.