Tenting on a sand dune sounds crazy! But we did it the day before my dad’s birthday. The sand dune was fun, tiring, and an amazing pre- celebration of my dad’s birthday. Continue reading Pre-Birthday Sand Dune
Initially, the children were afraid and exhausted from climbing up the sand dune. After they learn to co-exist with sand dune, they had lots of fun doing “sand angel” and running down the steep slopes.
To my dear treasure hunter, dad, the determined Geocacher (geocaching.com)
From you son Nathan Su
“Where are you from?” a stranger asked.
“We are from Taiwan,” Olivia answered.
“But you speak English so well.”
“We speak English at home.”
“Why do you speak English at home?”
“Because my mother is born in Canada, my father grew up in the US, and I was born in the US.”
“Then why is your Chinese so good?”
“Because we lived in China for 14 years and my youngest sister was born in Kunming.”
“uhhhh…?” Continue reading Where are you from?
We sang and walked out of the Jiayuguan Gate, the ancient Silk Road border crossing between Ancient China and the Western Barbaric frontier.