Korean Lunch And Dancing The Night Away

We went to the dentist early in the morning and then to our favorite Korean Restaurant which just changed hands and now is the “Corean Kalbi” which is a Korean BBQ”.  Korean food is just delightful… tasting great and looking even better.  The manager/owner spoke perfect enlish and understood Sue could not have meat, fish or chicken so we were safe and he oversaw everything. Join the fun!

Located on Corinthian adjacent to John Wayne Airport

The trees and skies were beautiful this morning.

Red, red, red

Leftovers from Sundays rainstorm... just beautiful

Off to Alpine Village we went  for an evening of fun with Irene and Herbie and the “gang”.

The race course made a big hit amongst the dancers

We danced about thirty times according to the race results so that is about ninety minutes or more especially if you consider we danced to American Patrol which goes on forever.  When the band played the military songs, we called Pete and had him listen.

 

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2 Responses to Korean Lunch And Dancing The Night Away

  1. Misty Powell says:

    Hello,

    Author Donald Hazen would like permission to your photo of the Mayflower (your picture titled mayflw7 on your site at http://www.lilesnet.com/thanksgiving/about/images/mayflw7.jpg) in his book The Last Parallel – Is Ancient History Crying Out to America?

    Please provide permission via an email acknowledgement to mysti5d@gmail.com. If you had retrieved this photo from another site and placed it on your site, please provide the link and/or contact information for that site.

    Thank you so much.

    Misty Powell
    Editor for …

    Donald B. Hazen
    The Last Parallel

  2. Paul says:

    Gosh Misty, I went back and looked at it and I first used it back in 2007. I do not remember the source at all… It might have been a scan from a postcard on a trip we took years earlier. Sorry, I even looked at the Xcif and IPTC contents and not a trace.

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