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Phil journeyed to a remote area of Nepal this week called Jumla which is situated deep in the Himalayan mountains.  Above is a photo journal of his experience.  A few notes from his trip included the fact that the homes weren’t heated despite the fact that temperatures drop well below freezing inside.  He stressed again that Nepalis are the hardest workers he’s ever seen, carrying hundred pound loads on their backs as they scale cliffs with tattered shoes, daily.  He just finished an incredible meal meant to last one hour go beyond four hours.  It was multiple courses and he didn’t know when it was going to end, so he just kept on eating.  He’s going to bed bundled in all his clothes and a very full stomach tonight.  Praying that he’ll catch his flight out tomorrow as the next flight doesn’t leave until Saturday.  Grateful that he was able to be an encouragement to his team.  Anxious to have him home.


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