Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Some Friends Relatives in the US

Visit to Kings Isle.

Mataji, Shiva Bhai, Shanta, Shiva.

 Watashi, Mataji.


Pharshu, his Mum and his wife


Rimal Vinaju and Didi

Ganga Ram Lamitarey

Rasaily bro: The owner of Sunpasal

With Bhim lal Bastola

With Mr Dahal

With Amai and Mataji

With boys

Young generation


Vinaju Gopal Pokhrel

Raju Pokrel

Mataji, Menuka Didi, Shanta

With RN Pokhrel


 With KN Timsina

With Katiwada brothers

Rup with his daughter

 Rup, Watashi, Shanta

Watashi, Shanta, Mataji, Shiva, Jyoto Rai and Jyoti's family.

 With Somnath Acharya and maam Acharya

With Kadananda Rizal

 YP Acharya

Tika Dhungana's family at Harrisburg.

With Ghimirey Family

With the family of Late Narad Ghimirey

With the family of Late Narad Ghimirey

Devicharan Adhikari

Visit to Abraham Lincoln's birthplace at Hodgenville, Kentucky

Abraham Lincoln was born in Hodgenville, Kentucky on February 12, 1809. It was a curiosity to visit his birth place. One fine morning we reached Hodgenville to know of the place it was more enchanting than we anticipated. 

Large boards tell about the Lincoln.

We stood before the board. Shiva Rizal, Kishore M, Mata Ji, Shanta amd this blogger.

A scene from Lincoln's life

The names of the first board of trustees who made the house to protect Lincoln's log cabin. Instead of 'U" they used "V". Why?

 With Mataji, in front of the log cabin.

In front of Log cabin. 

Sinking fountain, from which Lincoln's family fetched water. The place about 20 m below the ground level was cooler by at least 10 degrees than at the ground level. The lady on the left explains the spring as if she was there at the time Lincoln's family used it. 

 If I were to work and live there I would have spent more time in summer under the cave than elsewhere.

Cool  sinking fountain

This big house holds the log cabin.

  Lincoln was assassinated on April 15, 1865.

Date: 2015-July