>We thought the snow would be over by the time we got to Kabul, wishful thinking I know. The first two days here our schedule was altered because of the snowy mornings. We took these photos from the rooftop of our guesthouse of the snowcapped mountains that circle the city. Unfortunately as the snow is melting there is so much mud we have to hike through to make our destinations into a Hazara village, and even during a shopping trip on Chcken Street. We found the snow covered mountain tops are breathtaking. Everywhere we drove we could see them almost like Colorado. The good thing is the cold makes us not mind the head-coverings and actually are grateful for it. Even the men on our team are beginning to cover their heads.
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