more Mongolian horses (and some foals)
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after coming down from the peak to find a ger camp to stay at, saw some Mongolian horses grazing (taken while driving by … so not a gr8 pic)
(taken facing south into Mongolia)
lookin up into Russia from a peak in Mongolia.
exreme difference from the open plains right on the Mongolian side (next pic!)
Mongolia to the left and Siberia to the right
you can spot some of the little ger camps in the valley below
upward and onward! light hikin on the Russia-Mongolia border
startin up a hike to the peak to look out over the wooded valley at the Russian border (there was actually a barbed wire fance and a small guard stand)
the land cruisy
the go-to in mongolia
found a path sneaking up to the base of a little mountain that might offer a good view of northern Mongolia …
sebastian tyin dem shoes before hikin up
lookin for a place to hike … sign for a ger camp!
once we got to sukhbaatar city (basically at the border of Mongolia and Russia) we peeled off east. we drove until we found some signs for ger camps and a road winding into dense forest … as we drove past the ger camps we saw these interesting sculptures.
purp flowers in Mongolia!
the land cruiser and the Mongolian countryside
Sebastian comin on over.