In early January, I told my tale about rescuing a baby snow leopard (while traveling in Tibet in 1994) during an evening of Strange Travel Suggestions at The Marsh Berkeley. People loved the story, and asked me to post photos of the cub. All I had were stills, but I finally got down to the local copy store and had them scanned. Here are three of them, taken in my friend’s room at the Yak Hotel in Lhasa. Unfortunately, the ice-blue eyes don’t show up very well!
We named our new friend Ghang Sik Dondrup: “The snow lion whose every wish is fulfilled.” (There’s a picture of a mythical snow lion in the blog post below.) I hope you enjoy the photos!
Remember, Strange Travel has been extended through February 19th!