What Pegman Saw: Bhutan

Bhutan | Google Maps

This week Pegman visits the Buddhist kingdom of Bhutan, on the Himalayas’ eastern ridge. As always, the Pegman mission is for you to write up to 150 words inspired by the location. Feel free to use the location provided in the prompt, or search Google maps within the borders of the country of Bhutan and find your own view. Contributions can be in the form of poetry, prose, or essay, or any form that inspires you.

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About k rawson

YA author, freelance writer, technoligista, mom
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16 Responses to What Pegman Saw: Bhutan

  1. Looks challenging this week, Karen. Just finished playing catchup. Now some breaking of the fast then hopefully a story will flow before I resume cutting these wild trees of mine.

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  2. Joy Pixley says:

    Ooh, interesting place! I’m sad that I can’t join in, but I’m packing and getting ready to leave for my vacation. See you in two weeks!

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  4. Bhutan is indeed the best place in the world to live in!

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  8. Ah! Bhutan! A friend of mine was there a couple of years ago and loved it! The food she liked less, but the people, she said, and the vistas, were absolutely life-changing.
    Here’s my little contribution:
    https://naamayehuda.com/2019/07/27/no-prayer-crossing/
    Na’ama

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  9. bearmkwa says:

    Wow, there sure are a lot of 360’s with this location. I keep getting caught up in the spin and forgetting to write.

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