moving to Egypt means leaving Nepal

I’ve again been living and working in Nepal for nearly three and a half years. Leaving soon and just said goodbye to those who, like me, enjoy running Nepali trails. I am ready to go but I feel very emotional at the same time.

There is lots to say about this country and with a personal history here that goes back more than 34 years I don’t know where to begin. So I share a couple of pics from the monsoon trek that my wife Marjan, daughter Jans and I did with family and friends last summer. North of Jiri, to the lakes of Panch Pokhari across a 4900m pass and down the wild Likhu river valley back to Jiri.

Thare Kharka

Thare Kharka

At Kau Gomba above Ngeju

At Kau Gomba above Ngeju

At Ngeju

At Ngeju

The Numbur range from Lahaksewar

The Numbur range from Lahaksewar

About roger henke

Still figuring out the story line that would satisfy myself here. Listening to what my family and friends evoke, what the words I absorb, the images that move me, the movements that still me, point to.
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One Response to moving to Egypt means leaving Nepal

  1. Leah Olson says:

    Spectacular photos, Roger! Can’t wait to get back to Nepal.

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