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Languishing in post-production pt. 3 Scotland; Edinburgh

  It was starting to drizzle a little as the train pulled out of Pitlochry. Not a hard rain, just damp enough to wet the salmon fisherman trying their best in the river as the train passed by.  A couple … Continue reading

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Languishing in post-production pt.2B Scotland; Blair Atholl, Moulin, and Pitlochry

Another day, anther walk (after another full breakfast of course). Just this time I thought perhaps something a wee bit flatter. So we hopped the local bus to head over to Blair Atholl to take a nice stroll up Glen … Continue reading

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Languishing in post-production pt. 2A Scotland; Pitlochry and Moulin

The bus from Inverness to Pitlochry takes one through the picturesque Cairngorms National Park. There were mountains, valleys, and distilleries, the former two, all lush and green, the latter, all bright, gleaming white. We chose Pitlochry as a destination because … Continue reading

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Languishing in post-production pt.1 Scotland; Glasgow to Inverness

So there is this thing that middle class people do called a “vacation.” It is where you travel for no reason other than to look around. And since ours lives are looking a little more middle class of late it … Continue reading

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狗年

Seems that the year of the Chicken is languishing in post production. Now that we have reached the year of the Dog I realize that I’ve managed to not write a single thing in nearly a year. Only part of … Continue reading

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雞年

Dear Reader(s), 好久不見 I’ve been silent for a long while now, it was nothing personal, just I had a lot going on. After moving to central New York we decided to buy a house and well looking for a house … Continue reading

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肉燥飯 Stewed Pork Rice

I stayed up late to watch Taiwan’s Presidential Inauguration a couple weeks back and I was admittedly swept up in emotion of the event. So I thought I should pay tribute to Taiwan by sharing a simple recipe for one … Continue reading

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