Wednesday, July 23, 2008


Word has it that the monsoon season is coming to an end soon, which is a shame- really. Here in Kathmandu it's been quite mild, and only rains for part of each day. Usually only a half hour or so may be a hard, fast rain. The monsoon seems a blessing, washing everything clean, and making the valley a fertile land. It is beautiful to see the city transformed as the rain comes and goes, part of the rhythm of natural life here.


Kankistador said...

Sheila- you're pictures are so beautiful! I am so excited for you! I leave for Japan tomorrow morning- I don't know exactly where you are but I want to know because I want to visit it! Keep going!!

satsuma said...

Hi Sheil,

Fabulous to see you roaming the same ghats that I cruised and perched around when in Kathmandu. Pashupatinath has all the pretty sadhus, rambunctious monkeys, and lumpy tourists wearing emergency rain ponchos that you might ever desire. This ancient place is reborn in your eyes.

i love you and i'm staying tuned to stories and dreams.