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Old 21st Aug 2011, 13:39
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unnamed small lake (tarn) 14,400' N.W Nepal

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the work horses Hilsa 14,000', Nepal AS350B3+ & B2

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Old 7th Sep 2011, 01:09
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Manang airport, Mustang region, Nepal
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Old 7th Sep 2011, 08:36
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Looking to the wee hills of Nepal, Mustang region
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Angel Mustang valley to Manang, Nepal

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yep the ole' AS350B is still climbing, well 'er just, gotta get to 12,000' gimme the B3+ PLEASE
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Braga village, 11,000 Mustang, Nepal

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Please tell me that's the sun illuminating your CWP? LOL. Obviously you made it back ok.

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Angel Yep the Ole' JetBox can still hold height at 80knots

Yep the Ole' JetBox can still hold height at 80knots 11,500' Nepal

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Rescue flight Pangboche 12,900' @ 22oC near Sagar Matha (Everest) B206BIII Nepal

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Nepali farming; here, there, everywhere............





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rescue flight 'Diktel' 5,400' B206BIII Nepal


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Angel refuel stop 'Prok' 7,944' AS350B

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Mountaineering restock flight 'Sama' 13,598' @ 20oC AS350B Nepal
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As a matter of interest, why the immersion suit?
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Old 18th Sep 2011, 09:55
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Namaste Fareastdiver who is wearing, or rather where is the immersion suit?
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Old 18th Sep 2011, 10:43
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Vertical Freedom; your photos are amazing! Keep goin'! )

(Seeing some of your photos I'm rather glad I'm indoor in a cozy control centre most of the time.... but a bit(!) envious too!)
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I should have blown the picture up before. It looked like the diagonal zip of an immersion suit.
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possibly distracted by the diamond, diagonally to the left
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Vertical Freedom: Wow! Thanks for postin' your pics. The scenery is breathtaking. Nice helicopter too!
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