Children in Lukla, Nepal

Two children are seen sitting in front of a log building in Lukla, Nepal. The older child is wearing an orange and gray hooded sweatshirt and his arm is draped over the shoulder of the younger child. The younger child is wearing a bright teal blue sweatshirt with a purple placket in the front. Draped across their laps is a flag made by Martin ET. Magnet Middle School students from Raleigh, North Carolina. It was made for climber "Chip" Popoviciu to take to the summit of Mount Everest.

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