Well Thank you all greatly for such wonderful comments. They are greatly appreciated. I just want to share the spirit with everyone and keep people motivated to live their dreams! I think everyone and every TR always has something good to contribute here, no matter if its backyard or 1/2 way around the world.
In response to drpw; who am I? I aint rich and I work 9-5, so no special priveledges. I just always strive 100% to live life to the fullest. I never feel fullfilled in medocrity. All for snowboarding I have put myself in massive debt, never stayed with one woman, and never found a home. 25th season riding and still fully dedicated. So I just try to make extrodinary things happen. Sometimes I succeed and other times I fail.
and to answer your other question; AndyT set it straight, they speak Urdu, but you would be surprised how much good english is spoken and written there. Much more fluent in english than many other countries I have travled to. I think this may be a result of british colonialism.
D-Green- yeah you still had a good trip I bet, but we certainly missed you, and Splittrippin: you shoulda pulled the trigger kid!!! but your Canada TR looked sick! nice job!
Post subject: Re: Himalayas Trip Report: Kashmir-India: (many photos).
Posted: Mon Apr 11, 2011 8:31 pm
Joined: Fri Jan 12, 2007 11:31 am Posts: 5 Location: Lakewood, WA
Thank you for your sense of priorities, (making adventure happen) as well as your very important message/belief/knowledge about the warm welcoming people rather than the news/talk of supposed universal Muslim radicalism!