Week 32 – Elizabeth

Jessica and I recently took our kids to a local strawberry farm. I thought it would be one of

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those standard farm experiences where one learns about strawberry farming, picks some strawberries to take home, and, perhaps, makes some strawberry-related foodstuffs. But really, it was one of those strange Korean experiences where one pays ₩10,000 only to gorge oneself on as many strawberries as possible, while also having the opportunity to smell view an odd array of caged animals (in this case rabbits, goats, and . . . a moose).

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  • Audra - AND YET, of ALL the things you could have photographed, you passed up the moose. I am flabbergasted.ReplyCancel

    • Elizabeth - Ha ha, Audra. I stayed as far away from those animals as possible. But I DO have a picture of the moose, which I will send just to you!ReplyCancel