Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Photo of the day

Since I haven't posted a picture for a few days, I thought I would give you guys 2 today.  These are both from the trip that I am on right now, (which is why I haven't been posting as much, it's SO difficult to blog when you are doing other things constantly!) One is from Harper's Ferry, and the other is from a flour mill outside of Lancaster Pennsylvania where my great great Grandfather worked up in to his 90's.  It has been such an amazing trip for me to learn so much of my family's history!  When I get back I plan to do a few more posts about my trip and all of the super interesting things that I have been up to!

Flour Mill Bridge
Photo by Payje Bier/Payje Bier Photography

Harper's Ferry Chalkboards
Photo by Payje Bier/Payje Bier Photography


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4 comments:

  1. Just stumbled across your blog and have watched all your videos, AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We are headed to So.Korea on Monday to see our daughter for a few days, she is there teaching English in public schools. Any hints or saving tips for us??

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  2. I'm so glad you like the blog! There are LOTS of ways to save money while traveling, and I started to write them all down here but I was feeling so inspired that I just decided to turn it into a blog post! I'm not too sure about couponing in South Korea though haha! Anyway, it should be up in a minute or two as the latest post. Thanks for your interest, and have so much fun in Korea, I'm jealous!

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  3. Don't be jealous, my daughter moved straight from living at home at age 22 to So.Korea. She has been there for six months and is debating adding another year to her contract, she currently has six months to go. We miss her very much. IF it were just getting to travel, we most likely would have picked somewhere else and certainly could not have afforded to do it at this time in our lives. I will post to my blog when we get back. You might enjoy the garage sale read on my blog. tinkartist.blogspot.com

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  4. I actually have two friends who are in their mid 20's who are both teaching English in South Korea and have both extended their stays. They love it and find the South Koreans to be really friendly! My one friend's family went to visit her this past year and they enjoyed themselves immensely. The students in the English class made them welcome banners! I hope your experience is as rewarding as theirs was and that you enjoy the time with your daughter. I'll definitely check out your blog!

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