Spring in Chuncheon
Trip Start Jun 15, 2006
57Trip End Jun 15, 2007
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Just in case you were wondering why your junk mail wasn't as full as normal, we haven't been writing any entries for a while now. Still alive and well, it's just that we can't go on vacation every week. Most of the time we teach, or if it's at all possible to avoid teaching, we hang around doing things which are generally unworthy of photos or letters home. Eg:
Had a glorious BM this morning, go to the photo section for proof!
No, it's been an uneventful countdown to our last days in Korea. We're getting to the exciting part now. Planning our voyage back home, trying to find gainful employment (if anyone needs a CEO tell them I'll be back by August), or just enjoying the warm weather
Since the cold weather is behind us, Lyndsay and I have been trying to make the most of the warmth. There's a nice park nearby, upstream there's a big dam people like to visit for picnics, and I'm trying to teach Lyndsay the finer points of golf. However she's getting a failing grade in etiquette (not once has she cursed the fowl white spheres to eternal damnation deep in the bowls of the seventh ring of hell), it's like she's not even trying to understand.
Anyway we're doing well and can't wait to get back home. Not before a nice month-long vacation all over Southeast Asia. But you'll have to wait a little longer for those photos. In the meantime enjoy what we've got. Animals, Flowers, and photos of Lyndsay and I looking painfully cute.
P.S. If anyone is disappointed with this entry, fear not! Chuncheon is hosting an international mime festival for the month of June. We'll share as much as we can with the rest of you back home. I hope you all like striped shirts and berets as much as I do!!