As 2020 thankfully draws to a close, we want to take a few moments to thank everyone who has supported us through this fearful year. Our members and friends have experienced some truly horrible things. We hope you all are coping as best as you can, and that next year will see a new, brighter and healthier time for all of us. We have a few things going on in this post.
A joyful song!
First, we’re happy to share part of a variation of George Michaels’ “Last Christmas,” sent to us by a friend of Musa, Pemba Kanchhi Sherpa. Her daughter, Tsering Doka Sherpa, recorded this song with some friends. We hope it brings some joy to you! Watch our Holiday Gift Package dance before your eyes as you listen!
NOLS Review of Musa Masala
We’re so excited to have our book, Musa Masala: Mountain Girl of the Himalaya, reviewed in the latest issue of The Leader, the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS) alumni magazine. We would like to thank Rich Brame, Aimee Newsom, Anne McGowan, the NOLS alumni staff, and Drew Lefkowith, who wrote the review. NOLS provides the ultimate outdoor experiences for students who seek to find the worlds wonders. Their Wilderness Medicine Institute is the place to go for training on treating people in the wilds.
Find the full review here. Here’s an excerpt:
Musa around the world!
And here are some photos of places the book has traveled to, mostly in this year alone. All of us at Musa hope our book can be a great gift for a friend or family member who loves the outdoors, adventure and cool, enthralling art!
Check out our section of our website on the Wongchhu Sherpa Memorial Hospital here. All of the profits from our book go toward this amazing project.
For people of all faiths and traditions, we wish you happy holidays this year.