A camel’s tail.
That’s the first thing to come to mind when I think of the Himalayas.
That and the mountains that make up the Bactrian mountains.
The Bactrians are one of the largest and most biologically diverse groups of animals on the planet, but their history has been largely lost to history.
They are a people who lived from around 400,000 years ago to 200,000.
They were also the ancestors of modern-day Tibetans and the Mongols.
I had the chance to visit the Bountiful region of the B.C. highlands, a region with mountains that are as steep as a cliff face and are home to many different species of animals.
I spent a few days traveling around and camping out in a remote location in the Burdekin Valley and was lucky enough to see a camel, a camel that had been working as a guide at the Boudin Lajong National Park.
I didn’t think much of it until I got to the park and saw it was full of camels, and I could see how the camel was sitting on a rock.
I was curious.
“Is there a camel here?”
As soon as I saw the camel, I knew that it was a special animal.
“Wow, this is a camel!”
I thought, “What’s going on here?”
I wanted to learn more.
The B. C. Government has given the Bambara camel program $1 million to train its handlers to teach the animals how to handle humans.
So far, the program has trained 50 camel handlers, including my favorite camels.
In a field, the animals look at me and take in my face.
“Oh, hello, sir,” the camels say.
After a week of instruction, they can lead the camel around the park, following me.
“We’re just taking your picture, sir, and we want you to come back again tomorrow.”
They also tell me to turn my head and look at the sky.
“You are looking at a sky that looks like a big bowl of ice cream,” one of them says.
It’s the only thing they can say to me.
They also show me the best spots to eat in the park.
They know that the best places to eat are in the foothills and the highlands.
They will be working on the next camel’s training.
The Bambaras have a long history of working with camels and the Banyas, a people that lives on the Bering Sea, have a similar history with camel riding.
I know that my parents were camel riding guides, and as a result, I have a strong relationship with camel riding.
But the camel is my favorite.
When the Bourna people started working with them, I got a taste of camel riding and, after about two years of camel-training, I started to enjoy it.
My friends and I all have the same passion.
It just feels right.
I’ve been a camel rider for 20 years.
I’ve spent a lot of time on the mountains and in the bush and on the roads.
It has always been a passion for me.
When I was a kid, I rode my father’s horse to the mountains.
I grew up with the same enthusiasm as I do now.
The only thing that changed in my life was the camel.
I loved the animals.
It was a very simple decision to join the Baudin Lactations camel-riding program.
“I wanted to be a camel-rider,” I said.
“That’s all I ever wanted to do.”
The camel has been in Boudan Lajang National Park for nearly two decades.
When I first came to the Bedda Lajung National Park in B.K.R.I.P. (Buddhist Mountaineering Institute), the camel I rode as a child was a member of my family.
But after about a year of working at the park in the 1970s, I realized that I wanted a different job.
I decided to take a different path.
“I wanted a career in education,” I told my parents.
“If you think about it, I am a little bit older than you are.
I’m 27, and you are 42.”
My parents said, “You know, you should go work for the Baidyan government.”
“Yes, that’s what I want to do,” I replied.
At first, I was just working as an interpreter and doing various jobs at the school.
I eventually switched to camel riding, which I thought would be much more fulfilling.
I had the opportunity to learn about camel riding through my friend, Bambaran, who was working as the Bamboo camel driver.
“My brother is a great driver,” Bambarin told me.