Day 3 started off as any normal nomadic day would— milking goats. This is where I discover, I'm not so good at it.

The women separate the females and arrange them head to head with ease. It becomes a goat milking puzzle. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8I give it a go, but I am clearly not a goat milking expert.

We pack up and head out for yet another bumpy ride.

We stop as we come across a large group of camels hanging out by the road. 9 10 11 12 13 14As we headed further south, I understood the term "Golden Gobi."15We arrived in a magical area that felt like The Land Before Time. As you walk around this untouched land, you fully expect a T-Rex to appear from behind the hills. No wonder the Gobi has been a hot spot for dinosaur fossils. If I was a dinosaur, I'd definitively live here. There were condors circling above us as we walked around and I was hoping they wouldn't mistake me for baby livestock. 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32This evening our guide and driver presented us with a bottle of Chinggis Vodka, which we were told we had to finish. We took shots, toasted to the trip, and slept very well that night.

Another brilliant moon over another brilliant view.33 34