Will to Live in Wilderness


Refreshing Time with Bhutanese community in Ada Town Park I simply copied this post from my another photo blog that I had posted on 15th August 2009. I am still actively ministering our Bhutanese brothers and sisters. So, I thought that it will not be a bad idea to repost the same blog in Nepaenglish. These two elderly people moved to the United States of … Continue reading Will to Live in Wilderness

Saugatuck Dunes Field Trip


Thursday was a wonderful day. Sunshine, beautiful green foliage, and Sand Dunes Trip with college friends – something I was looking forward to! I wanted Prasha to join me, but she was all day busy with her work. We reached at Saugatuck Sand Dunes State Park after forty-five minutes ride from our campus. I had heard about the Sand dunes since my arrival here in … Continue reading Saugatuck Dunes Field Trip

Bog Walking and Jumping


Have you ever jumped in the bog anywhere? Today, we went to Towns End Park for bog walking and jumping. First of all, let me introduce what the wetland is before we talk about bog. The wetlands by definition is generally area of transition between dry upland and open water or low lying area which collects water drainage or intersects the water table. Having said, … Continue reading Bog Walking and Jumping