In his many meanderings around Jeonju, our friend Andy found this slice of camping heaven. It is quiet. It is remote. The only sounds you hear are birds, the wind flowing through trees and the small creek that runs by the camp site. For those of you in Korea, you know how hard this is to find. For the past few weekends, we've been heading out there with fellow teachers Cody and Karen (strangely enough, Kelowna residents and ex-OUC grads) to sit back and relax.
We've turned it into a bit of a home-away-from-home, adding natural seats with rock back rests, an upgraded firepit, a few 'tables' for cooking and two gardens, just for the heck of it.
With the hammocks up, the birds singing and our beer cooling in the creek, there's no place we'd rather be these days!
Wednesday, June 27, 2007
Welcome to our new method of communication! No more mass emails for you to slog through. No more return-to-sender messages coming back to us. No more trying to remember email addresses for all of us:) Now all you have to do is click into this site anytime you want and you can see what we've been up to and where we've been - with pictures! Our time in Korea has wound down to 7 weeks, and our travels will start soon, so we thought we'd join the new age and start a blog as a way for us to keep in touch easily through our adventures through Eurasia. More posts and some pictures to follow once we figure out how this thing works. For now, hope you are well, and have a great day!
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