Some Pictures From a Walk

Last Friday I walked over to Dzorakap (which translates to “gorge connection”), PCV Olivia’s village. There we had a classic skills transfer, with her advising me on how to set up and organize English clubs (which will be starting in two weeks) and I showing her the magic of Excel pivot tables. I took a bunch of pictures as I walked, so have a look, why not.

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At the top of the hill outside Sarnaghbyur, looking down the road.
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Looking back at town from the top of the hill.
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We’re past peak, but the wildflowers in Shirak marz are absolutely gorgeous.
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Trees and power lines, you come up with a more interesting caption.
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Looking back over my shoulder. Ummm, trees and a few small ponds.
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Coming up on our splendid old church (creatively called “red church”). In front is a statue whose purpose I haven’t yet figured out, and a covered picnic area that’s in constant use for khorovats.
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Approaching our village road’s intersection with the Yerevan-Gyumri highway; my house to the road is a little under an hour walking.
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Looking back over my shoulder.
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Approaching Dzorakap.
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Dzorakap’s dzor.
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Not walk related, but a pig head at Karen’s house – always an adventure here to open the fridge!

 

 

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