Guest Book

  1. 2006/10/26 16:24
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    Well, now I know what happens when you hit the
    "confirm" button three times.
    Sorry about that.
  2. 2006/10/26 16:19
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    I was unable to attend the Reunion in Korea (short notice, short funds)
    but I was pleased to hear about the event from Elizabeth Bradbury, K27,
    who did attend.
    I have greatly enjoyed the site - I had never seen a copy of Yobasayo.
    I was sent a copy of Koreagraphy from PC/Washington after I had been
    accepted for the Korea program - brought back a lot of memories to
    see it again.
    Paul Hoff: What a great photo! That's Art Fleming in the photo, no?
    Would love to see some more. And I swear, I remember that plant sitting
    on the window ledge.
    Thanks everybody for contributing to the site.
    Ralph Echols K24 & 27
  3. 2006/10/26 16:19
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    I was unable to attend the Reunion in Korea (short notice, short funds)
    but I was pleased to hear about the event from Elizabeth Bradbury, K27,
    who did attend.
    I have greatly enjoyed the site - I had never seen a copy of Yobasayo.
    I was sent a copy of Koreagraphy from PC/Washington after I had been
    accepted for the Korea program - brought back a lot of memories to
    see it again.
    Paul Hoff: What a great photo! That's Art Fleming in the photo, no?
    Would love to see some more. And I swear, I remember that plant sitting
    on the window ledge.
    Thanks everybody for contributing to the site.
    Ralph Echols K24 & 27
  4. 2006/10/26 16:19
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    I was unable to attend the Reunion in Korea (short notice, short funds)
    but I was pleased to hear about the event from Elizabeth Bradbury, K27,
    who did attend.
    I have greatly enjoyed the site - I had never seen a copy of Yobasayo.
    I was sent a copy of Koreagraphy from PC/Washington after I had been
    accepted for the Korea program - brought back a lot of memories to
    see it again.
    Paul Hoff: What a great photo! That's Art Fleming in the photo, no?
    Would love to see some more. And I swear, I remember that plant sitting
    on the window ledge.
    Thanks everybody for contributing to the site.
    Ralph Echols K24 & 27
  5. 2006/09/11 19:24
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    Having just returned from a week in Seoul and being committed to another project in Japan in October, I most sadly will not be able to attend. I truly hope those who make it are able to get out of the hotel, away from the embassy, far from the duty free shops, and just wander through the back streets of the city. It is still great and all those wonderful people that we knew in the past are still there, still refilling your small dishes of panchun as soon as you empty them. Please enjoy heartily and let's all try to stay in some kind of touch through an ever-expanding email list. After all, Korea is where so much of what we are all began. And, Kevin, thank you for helping it all get started way back then.
  6. Gary Rector
    2006/09/11 15:08
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    Seeing all these great old photos--and especially the copies of "Yoboseyo"--brings back many fond memories of the old Peace Corps days. Thanks for this site. Let's hope we have lots of former volunteers, teachers, and staff members in attendance at the upcoming reunion.
  7. Paul Hoff
    2006/09/07 23:44
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    Good work, all. I hope the reunion is a lot of fun. I saw Ken Kaliher for dinner last week and we had a good laugh about the good old days!