No day on our Mount Everest Base Camp Adventure would have been complete without having to spend at least 2 or 3 times dodging the infamous Yak trains that ply the trails through the Himalayas. My last photo story, The Sherpas of Mt Everest, looked at the human heroes this week we pay tribute to our woolly friends who carry supplies to all of the small towns that dot the landscape of this great mountain range. Without these guys, those summiting would have no supplies and those people trekking would probably have a hard time eating.
So let’s hear it for the Himalayan Yak! Thanks Guys!!
Yaks bring supplies up to Tengboche
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