Girls trip to Osan and Mother’s Day 

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One of the perks of Tim working at Camp Humphreys is that we are still in Korea. We are also close to Osan, which is where many of my Daegu friends like to go shopping. I was very excited that some of my friends came to Osan last weekend so I joined their fun. 

The girls went to Happy Quilt for a couple hours of fabric shopping. It is a massive warehouse full of cheap fabrics in Pyeongtaek. 

Then we met up at Chili’s for lunch. We were clearly craving Mexican food because we all ordered either nachos, quesadillas, or enchiladas. 

We stopped at the px for some things not available at the Daegu px. Then we headed to Songtan shopping area for some socks. 

There were many to choose from. You could choose 3 pairs for 5,000 won (less than $5). I found some for Clarissa, myself, and Tim (Star Wars). 

On our way to another fabric store, we walked past an antique store that the ladies wanted to check out. Mike’s auction house has a ton of cool Korean antiques. He goes to demolition sites and picks up things like traditional old doors and roof tiles and turns them into really cool furniture. He has an auction on the first and third Saturday of each month.

Mike is a really friendly guy. He is American so he speaks English. He has a truck and will deliver items to the Camp Humphreys area. 

My favorite was the roof tiles. His wife paints them. For $20 you can choose a tile and she will write something on it for you. We each chose one and will have our last name written in both English and Hangeul. 

Then we crossed the street, went under the train tracks, and to the main road to turn right and found the Stinky Knit (in Waze). It smelled a little like mothballs but there was cheap fabric everywhere. 

After I said goodbye to the girls, I went home to celebrate Mother’s Day with Tim and Clarissa. Clarissa made me a card with stickers. They also chose something for me in a local souvenir shop. 

Then we headed down the street to The Big Bite. They had delicious American food at good prices. Plus it is like a quarter mile walk from our apartment so Clarissa could ride her bike there. The waiting area outside was nice as well. I know we will go back. 

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