First time hot air ballooning: it was worth waking up at 3:30am for this. It was peaceful and quiet up in the air.  First time hot air ballooning: it was worth waking up at 3:30am for this. It was peaceful and quiet up in the air.  First time hot air ballooning: it was worth waking up at 3:30am for this. It was peaceful and quiet up in the air.  First time hot air ballooning: it was worth waking up at 3:30am for this. It was peaceful and quiet up in the air. 

First time hot air ballooning: it was worth waking up at 3:30am for this. It was peaceful and quiet up in the air. 

Grey skies of Portland

Bridges of Portland Bridges of Portland Bridges of Portland

Bridges of Portland

Going through some video archives today and just realized that I never posted this… Here we are, hanging out in Seoul back in Dec with the ID crew. 

Right across from the Bradbury. Need to go back to L.A just to explore downtown. 

I don’t really think of L.A as a architecture marvel of the U.S, but the Bradbury building is quite spectacular. See more about this building here.  I don’t really think of L.A as a architecture marvel of the U.S, but the Bradbury building is quite spectacular. See more about this building here.  I don’t really think of L.A as a architecture marvel of the U.S, but the Bradbury building is quite spectacular. See more about this building here. 

I don’t really think of L.A as a architecture marvel of the U.S, but the Bradbury building is quite spectacular. See more about this building here

Roasted chestnuts kept me warm in Seoul’s -10C. Roasted chestnuts kept me warm in Seoul’s -10C.

Roasted chestnuts kept me warm in Seoul’s -10C.

Palace Guards

There is no doubt that Koreans have good style, seems that it can be traced back all the way to Palace Guards. That face warmer sure looks cozy.

Crunchy crunch crunch… 
It’s that time of the year to get my cooking on…sweet potato chips! If you want to make colorful chips, go to Chinatown where sweet potatoes don’t just come in orange, but in purple and yellow! They’re a bit more expensive but it’s so worth it. Slice them in thinly, slightly coat in olive oil and salt, pop ‘em in the oven and let them cool for the crunch! Happy Thanksgiving my friends!  Crunchy crunch crunch… 
It’s that time of the year to get my cooking on…sweet potato chips! If you want to make colorful chips, go to Chinatown where sweet potatoes don’t just come in orange, but in purple and yellow! They’re a bit more expensive but it’s so worth it. Slice them in thinly, slightly coat in olive oil and salt, pop ‘em in the oven and let them cool for the crunch! Happy Thanksgiving my friends!  Crunchy crunch crunch… 
It’s that time of the year to get my cooking on…sweet potato chips! If you want to make colorful chips, go to Chinatown where sweet potatoes don’t just come in orange, but in purple and yellow! They’re a bit more expensive but it’s so worth it. Slice them in thinly, slightly coat in olive oil and salt, pop ‘em in the oven and let them cool for the crunch! Happy Thanksgiving my friends!  Crunchy crunch crunch… 
It’s that time of the year to get my cooking on…sweet potato chips! If you want to make colorful chips, go to Chinatown where sweet potatoes don’t just come in orange, but in purple and yellow! They’re a bit more expensive but it’s so worth it. Slice them in thinly, slightly coat in olive oil and salt, pop ‘em in the oven and let them cool for the crunch! Happy Thanksgiving my friends!  Crunchy crunch crunch… 
It’s that time of the year to get my cooking on…sweet potato chips! If you want to make colorful chips, go to Chinatown where sweet potatoes don’t just come in orange, but in purple and yellow! They’re a bit more expensive but it’s so worth it. Slice them in thinly, slightly coat in olive oil and salt, pop ‘em in the oven and let them cool for the crunch! Happy Thanksgiving my friends! 

Crunchy crunch crunch… 

It’s that time of the year to get my cooking on…sweet potato chips! If you want to make colorful chips, go to Chinatown where sweet potatoes don’t just come in orange, but in purple and yellow! They’re a bit more expensive but it’s so worth it. Slice them in thinly, slightly coat in olive oil and salt, pop ‘em in the oven and let them cool for the crunch! Happy Thanksgiving my friends!