藏区骑行60日~第42天「路口遇恶狗，连翻两垭口，逆风住板房」Riding in the Tibetan area for 60 days~The Forty-second days
We really don’t want to get up this morning. We have to face the parting with everyone. However, it is still necessary to leave, and Yecheng is waiting for us. After getting up, Lin and me ate a breakfast and bought a small bag of pancakes to guard against the lack of food on the road. Parting things are not described, although past two years, they are still vivid. Departing from Angren County, passing the town of Kayu into the G219 National Road, a group of hungry dogs in the corner, chasing us to run, and still a little shocked. Today, We crossed the two passes – bangla mountains and the Jura Mountains. Fortunately, the altitude is not high and it is relatively easy. There were repeated landscapes along the way. At that time, I didn’t feel it, but I still miss it.
Passing through a town, called Sang Sang Town, once the town began to wind, the wind, the whistling blow, does not seem to blow you up. Usually at a speed of nearly 20 km / h, at that time, 5 km / h, we only expect the wind energy to be smaller. The eyes are in heaven and the body is in hell. This is the most appropriate withdrawal. It’s hard to get to the destination quickly, but We didn’t find a place suitable for tents. The wind is still so big, and it’s ridiculous. We both negotiated and went back to a stone processing factory that we had just passed, and maybe there was a shelter there. Fortunately, there are indeed abandoned houses for workers. We don’t have to listen to the wind outside at night. It’s better to have a tent in the board room than it’s outside.
There is a family next to the board house, it is estimated to look after the owner of this place. After we set up the tent, the male owner seemed to be back. We used to bake for a while and made a meal with their fire. This family is also poor, the child is still small, the eyes are big, very shy, we gave him the only remaining candy. Although they can’t understand Chinese at home, we don’t know Tibetan, but we are really touched. Can’t speak the language, but help two strangers. When We left, They also sent us a pot of boiling water. We are grateful. All the way, the Tibetans have helped us too much. I have been thinking about how to reward them. These days, there is a deep feeling of riding, Tibetans are too simple, without them, we will have hard on the roads. In the evening, sleeping with a fierce wind, We don’t know that We will encounter a scorpion tomorrow.