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Saturday, October 23, 2010
Those are clouds illuminated by the Moon.
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I punch you. Gently, but firmly in the throat. Since I can't punch Korea's hideous, aggressive, impatient winter. I punch you.ReplyDelete
Respect and admiration,
2am in Gangnam and it's a balmy 13C, I will even put on shorts to stumble downstairs to family mart in a moment to find something to soak up all this liquor.ReplyDelete
0C? Not for at least another week!
Having been mostly away from Korean winters since 2006, I can say I actually miss them. Walking around outside is invigorating, life-affirming. And since most Korean homes are pretty well-heated, there is plenty of respite from the cold. Get out of the city and see the snow all over the place, and it is pretty, though I grant that all the greenery of Seoul can easily turn into leaf-less trees of gloom in an urban landscape that seems dirty and pessimistic.
If it makes you feel any better, it does get below 15°C here in Honolulu, where no building is heated. That starts to feel cold after a while, because there is no respite from it.
Stafford, I'm glad to hear it isn't yet time to break out the Homer feet. It was on The Marmot's Hole where I thought I'd read about it getting that cold.ReplyDelete
Yeah, for late October, 13°C is balmy. That's a "cold" winter night in Honolulu, but it's enjoyable nonetheless. Hope it lasts.
Since it was too long to thumb-type into my iPhone while at the beach, I neglected to add that my primary purpose in doing this post was a bit Twitter-ish. That is, Sandy Beach (which is about nine miles east of where I live and away from the city lights) during a full moon is one of my favorite things to do on Oahu.ReplyDelete
In fact, I did a very similar post on Taeborŭm, when moon-viewing is a major activity. At that time, we accidentally encountered a Hawaiian monk seal lying on the beach. Freaked us out.