2017 Mera Peakers celebrate!

Namaste friends, family and loved ones,

We got up early to check the weather. It was clear enough to fly back to Kathmandu, so we did.

Showers were had by all. Looking far sharper then we had for days, we rendezvoused for a scrumptious dinner of fine Indian food. Bloated, we said our goodbyes and made plans for our next expedition. We hope you will join us. Until then, keep on exploring !

All our best,

Carole and Vern Tejas

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