A group of women originally from Bhutan bundle up against the cold as they wait for the bus to work on Navaho Drive in Raleigh on Friday morning. Even though their native country is on the slopes of the Himalayas, they still found it to be chilly in Raleigh.
A group of women originally from Bhutan bundle up against the cold as they wait for the bus to work on Navaho Drive in Raleigh on Friday morning. Even though their native country is on the slopes of the Himalayas, they still found it to be chilly in Raleigh. cseward@newsobserver.com
A group of women originally from Bhutan bundle up against the cold as they wait for the bus to work on Navaho Drive in Raleigh on Friday morning. Even though their native country is on the slopes of the Himalayas, they still found it to be chilly in Raleigh. cseward@newsobserver.com

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