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... it to knock some pony poop off the trail. he dubs ot his, "Poop stick." Now all the kids must have poop sticks. When is comes time to name the sticks one of the boys blurts our, "Peter Poopstick." Those familiar with Steve's previous professional life can imagine the joy and nostalgia it provoked. Our little outing took us past several shepherd houses, which are made of scrap materials and mud that seem to be fused together by no more than having stood for ...
... kashmiri traditional dresses and taking picture perfect snaps at the bosom of the valley.
Myself, Chell and Prakash, were in a dilemma, whether to walk further up towards stage II, but decided otherwise, as it would take atleast an hour or two to go and come back, considering the steep terrain, and did not want to keep the rest of the group waiting.
We took the ride back to the base, and were on our way back to Srinagar.
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Time to go back down the mountain. Did the same thing - jump queue to the front . And before we know it we were back whrre we left the driver and our belongings.
Down the mountain with our driver, deposit our rented boots and head back the boathouse. We were all dead tired by then. Most probably suffering from some motion sickness or it might be altitude sickness or just tired form all those excersises. Some of us had nausea, ...
... t taking a nap, he is usually sitting cross-legged staring at the set with the expression of a 5-year old watching the Saturday morning cartoons. I said once "Raj, you really like the animals, don't you?" and he said "OHHHHHH, I'm liking the animals TOOOO much" and then starts talking about all the animals he had rescued or captured as pets when he was a kid which included some pretty exotic species like hawks, snow monkeys and baby snow leopards. God knows how ...
My first road journey along Srinagar - Leh Highway was on a Jonga of Indian Army though I could have flown on AN12 of Indian Air Force. This I was driving a Gypsy from Srinagar to Leh. Year was 2001.
My mind took me back to stunning Lamayuru Monastery that will be on our way, hanging from a crag and the azure waters of Pangong. Ladakh is etched into my memory forever from the early days of mid-sixty. Reaching Leh through road is just a means to accomplish ...