From a Facebook message to family:
The sad part of the day was driving through Chonglamsar village as we went back to Leh. We had been through this town just south of Leh several times and it is a Tibetan enclave. Most of the people living there are refugees from Tibet or second generation immigrants. The normal main street through the village is as two lane road bordered by shop houses. Today, two weeks after the flood, the road through is barely a single lane bordered the whole length on both sides by 2 1/2 meter mountains of mud. You can just see the wreckage of the tops of the shops from high up in the jeep. Some buildings looked still intact but others were a mess. The amount of mud that travelled several kilometers to bury this town is mind-boggling. We also stopped to take some photos of the devastation near the Leh hospital.