22 (Wed) September 2010
at the cabin
-Changchon, Hoengseong, Gangwon, Korea-
with the Family, Mom and Dad, relatives
Chuseok (추석), the harvest celebration holiday that is sometimes referred to as “Korean Thanksgiving,” typically involves a large gathering of relatives and heaps of traditional foods.
This year, my maternal-side family converged at my uncle’s cabin in the countryside. While the elders ate indoors, the younger generation was relegated to the patio, grilling meat and delivering it in batches on platters. Fine by us
This is one of my favorite camping toys, which works both as a fireplace and grill.