Fording, sometimes barefooted, across barely thawed mountain streams and rivers.
Sipping hot, curdled mare’s milk on a mountainside with friendly herdsmen.
Finding camels just beyond the sand dunes of the the Mongol Els.
Cycling up crazily steep, intense mountains.
Spotting wild, extremely rare Przewalski’s Horses.
Soaking up the beauty of Mongolia’s tallest waterfall.
Camping in and riding through an unexpected snowstorm.
Riding against forceful, howling winds.
Weaving our way through volcanic rocks in Orkhon valley’s lava field.
Shooing away the giant herd of sheep and goats that invaded our campsite one night.
Making friends with nearly everyone in the tiny town of Lun.
Bekah and I certainly did not foresee the adventures Mongolia had in store for us. We still have fifteen days left to explore this beautiful country and I am so excited to see what magical moments are right around the corner.