Life in the ROK

West goes East: The lives and adventures of a Californian couple living in Seoul

Tuesday, May 22, 2007

At EFMB they sent me out to do land navigation for a couple of days, also called orienteering. It was a pleasure to wander the Korean countryside. Korea is a hilly country and pretty much every little draw has a few rice paddies aesthetically arranged in a stepped terrace. White herons are ubiquitous and I saw a few Korean musk deer that are barely larger than a German Shepherd. I even learned how to find my points, although the one I was looking for in the bottom photo was really 5E6.


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