June 2010 The biggest pig I have seen in China so far! It was walking around freely. The shop was on wheels in this small village. These cheerful ladies had a whole shop full of biscuits. The Great Wall rolling its way towards Zhangjiakou. In hilly areas, rocks and cliffs are some times included in the Great Wall as a natural 'wall' against intruders. The cheerful camera crew and reporters from Zhangjiakou TV News station. This man sat in a busy street in the evening together with his dog. The Great Wall goes up to the cliff, but stops there. It continues on the top. These workers were doing repairs to a dam, but let me over to the other side so I could follow the Great Wall. A lot of inquisitive eyes following every move of the wayguoren. Not a worry in the world. This young girl had beautiful blue eyes. The bad weather that had me trapped in my tent for a day and a half moves away. Happy and not too warm day on the Great Wall This picture shows what the guts of a watchtower look like in Western Hebei. Walk the Great Wall? No thanks – I'll just stay here… Isn't that one of the seven dwarfs in Snow White? A man talking to his grand child. Depositing empty Ice Tea bottles at a guesthouse where I spent the night.