I had my small dynamo battery with me. After walking a couple of steps, I found a flock of sheep. I guess they were pissed off as I disturbed their sleep. So, they called their bodyguard, the Dog who came charging like anything at me. I didn't lose my control and like any other Indian started calling cho cho cho, tommy tommy, you are a good dog. The guy (dog) got flattered and calmed down and it also told the sheep to go back to sleep. I guess it also gave them a mild rebuke.
I walked carefully for 2-3 km, looking for the trail lest I should get lost. After 1 hour, I reached the place from where I fetched water yesterday. There was a tent and few people were snoring in there.
I thought it would be a good idea if I rested there for a while.
After 30 minutes, I saw a torch light some 300 m away. Thinking that this might be some group heading for Indrahar pass, I walked hurriedly to catch up with them
I again encountered another flock of sheep, then followed the dog and I replied with my same technique and the result obviously had to be the same. I had till then surpassed two such flocks of sheep. I was patting my own back that dude either I was too good to handle the dogs or the mountain dogs are very humble at least with humans.
On reaching the tent, I found that it was one of their own guy who had went out for a loo. It was still dark then. So, I sat there and had a tea till sufficiently good light. I asked my way and started on the mission to scale the summit with two chocolate bars, a biscuit packets, a few candies and a half filled water bottle.
First of all, came a waterfall. I drank some water and filled up my bottle.