Early this morning I blew the horn to awaken the caravan and let them know to load the camels. We struck camp and moved out shortly after sunrise. We moved at a leisurly pace so everyone could stay together instead of straggling out. Our goal is so close it wouldn't do to lose anyone now.The grass is so thick now that any deep holes are hidden from site. Everyone was warned to stay on the trail to prevent any broken bones from stepping into a hole.
The people at the camp we are nearing are all waving us on. The calls from camp are full of encouragement. I can catch the smell of the dishes they are cooking when the wind shifts just right. They smell delicious.
The goats are about to the bottom of the mountain now. Off to one side of the corral that is full of camels, there is one filled with Yaks. I'm can only think those are for the trip up the mountain. I can see an outcrop up the mountain and what looks to be a cave. There are two figures up there. They seem to be watching our caravan.
We have traveled a good distance today. The sun is setting, so I will call a halt to set up camp for the night. We should reach the camp we are headed for tomorrow.
One step, and then another, will get you to where you want to go.
Hugs and love to all.
Larry the Caravan Mastert