Here is a picture of a dog that I saw the other day as I was walking home from work. As you can see from his lolling tongue, he is hot. I tried to say hi and talk with him but he acted as if I was invisible. Either he was just too hot or he didn’t speak English, or both.
It has been hot here in South Korea. It feels like the “Dog Days of Summer” only it is spring here in South Korea. The humidity here in South Korea is……part of the adventure. We are looking forward to a little bit of dry Idaho heat.
School is out. I am still working in the office this week. Dina and the girls are done with work and school and are enjoying a little break. It is a little break—because they are busy packing and preparing for our departure from South Korea this coming Saturday.
We are stopping over in Hawaii for a few days before we return to Idaho. (Might as well, it is on the way!) We are scheduled to arrive in Idaho on the morning of June 22. We plan to spend the last part of June and the first week or two of July visiting friends and family in Northern Idaho and Montana. We will spend the last twenty days of July in Boise and are scheduled to fly back to South Korea on the morning of July 30.