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June 04, 2007

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Jennifer

I've never even seen a yak! LOL
I've always been a country girl but you're really country! I would say more like noman's land! The picture of the motorcycles in front of that old building looks out of place. Kind of technology in a tent...lol
On the other hand I envy you! You experience what few of us in the west have experienced, the heart of the people. The heart is hard to find in the midst of all materialism that we have here.

Tammy

The town is really nice and seeing the motorcycles made me think of our biker bars. lol Riding at Yak can't be comfy :)
You do good work and your light shines bright! XXXOOO

Kamsin

Wow, I'm not sure I'd survive well somewhere so remote, not for long anyway! I guess it's a good job God knows us and calls us to where we are comfortable!

Khambagirl

Maybe I should clarify -- while I am a Country Girl, I am not sure that being *so* remote is what I can do for very long... I would like to have more and easier accessibility, a town closer by, and maybe a bus that passes through occasionally so that I don't feel so stuck and isolated! However, it is pretty and the air is very clear! Thank you all for your lovely comments.

tinker

What beautiful colorful buildings. I love reading about your 'country life' - and I was fascinated by your link to the wormgrass post, too - I hadn't read that one before...Thanks!

deirdre

Beautiful pictures. I continue to be fascinated by your stories.

AscenderRisesAbove

those are amazing photos. i grew up in a town of 5,000 and I think it looked a few blocks longer then the photo you showed from downtown ;-)

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