Monthly Archives: November 2006

November 2006, a month for the record books…

With last night’s snow, which turned to rain late last night, early this morning, it is now official.  November 2006 is the wettest month ever on record for Seattle.  The record was 15.33" in December 1933.  We passed that mark … Continue reading

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November Snow

November hasn’t been a great month weather wise for the Pacific Northwest.  It seems that we have been getting picked on weather wise.  First it was a lot of rain which caused a bunch of flooding.  Luckily, I was in … Continue reading

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I did make it home from Korea…

I did make it home from Korea alright, and the Jet Lag hasn’t been as bad as I thought it would be.  My plans for the Thanksgiving Holiday were to go to my Dad’s in Montana, but those plans maybe … Continue reading

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My Korean Adventure is coming to an end

Well, my Korean adventure is coming to an end.  It is currently 9:45pm on Wednesday, November 15, 2006, and in the morning I will be getting on an airplane to return to my home in Seattle, WA.  It has been … Continue reading

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Will the Korean peninsula ever reunite?

While my last entry was pretty much about what I saw at the DMZ and the Joint Security Area, this entry is more of a philosphical question, which is "Will the Korean peninsula ever reunite?"   The last time the … Continue reading

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A Visit to the Korean DMZ

Yesterday, November 9, 2006, I took the USO tour of the Korean DMZ, Panmunjeom, and Tunnel #3.  For those that do not know the "DMZ" is the Demilitarized Zone that is between North and South Korea.  While the actual village … Continue reading

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Here Comes The Rain

While I am here in Korea, I have been trying to keep up with what is going on in Seattle.  Monday was kind of "down day" as it did rain here in Seoul, and my cousin had to go take … Continue reading

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