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Day Two: Athens

Our second day in Athens was spent strolling the streets, inhaling as much Greek culture as possible. With our busy schedule, we decided to make the most of every spare moment in order to explore the hidden gems of Greece. 263 more words

Greece

Sheep at SoggyBottom Homestead

When we bought our homestead last year, it came with a Wiltshire Horn ram. The previous owner was unable to round him up with the rest of his herds when he sold them. 347 more words

Homestead Lifestyle

Day One: Athens

Our adventure begins with a 5am wake up and a lot of coffee. Paula and I make our way from Aarhus, Denmark, to the airport. 302 more words

Greece

Exploring the Streets of Hongdae

Photo by Eli Imadali

This morning started with the persistent sound of pattering rain. It was another wet day in Seoul. And waking up sticky with sweat, induced by the relentless humidity of spring in Eastern Asia, was not pleasant. 173 more words

Our Journey

The Sea Cliffs of Gadeok Island

On a trip with long time climber, guide book author and route developer Ryou Don-il to Gadeok Island took me to check out his unique sea cliff sport climbing area tucked away in a stunning setting. 280 more words

Our Journey

Not Shaken

After several phone calls and trips to the social workers offices, we were finally allocated a social worker.

Once again the process started. Lula’s mother started with her nonsense as well. 377 more words

Adoption

The Downside of a Long Conversion Process

I’ve written a lot about the good sides of having a long Orthodox Jewish conversion process and I think there are some obvious downsides, but there is one downside that became readily apparent recently that I hadn’t really stopped to think about and has come up for us. 1,036 more words

Judaism