Bushman’s Best of Nov, 2008

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Too many posts to handle? If you missed out on a great post from last month, here’s a quick digest of the top posts that you may want to check out:
  • TW Bents in Taichung
    Posted on Monday, November 3rd, 2008 in leisure – Comments: (6)
    Photo by MJ KleinI love to ride bicycles.  The problem is that I am too big for conventional type bikes.  I own a Giant mountain bike, and while where is nothing wrong with the design of the bicycle, I am in quite a bit of pain and discomfort after about 15 minutes on it.  Therefore, I cant ride it for very long.
  • Daily Travel in Thailand
    Posted on Saturday, November 8th, 2008 in Thailand – Comments: (8)
    Photos by MJ KleinOur October 2008 trip to Thailand was business motivated.  We hired a car for the day and went to see our friend Mr. Somhkit at his factory in Muang Phon.  I’ll show you what it’s like to go south on highway 2 from Khonkaen down to Muang Phon, and some of the interesting sights of daily Thai life you can expect to see along the way.
  • Our 2008 US Trip, Part Six: Nancy Arrives
    Posted on Wednesday, November 12th, 2008 in cooking – Comments: (8)
    Photos by MJ Klein, Hui-chen & Nancy, including FOOD PHOTOSBefore we continue with our series, I would like to talk about the series and how I’ve written it.  First of all, I updated the WordPress In-series plug-in and it blew out all the previous series data.  I am unable to re-enter that information and get the updated plug-in to work and actually display series.
  • Caption This Photo! #11
    Posted on Wednesday, November 19th, 2008 in Humor – Comments: (5)
    Photo by my sister NancyYou know what to do!
  • Back To Taiwan
    Posted on Friday, November 21st, 2008 in Photography – Comments: (6)
    Photos by MJ KleinOn our last day in Thailand, we got up very early in the morning to catch the first flight out of Khonkaen to Bangkok.  We had to take a cab from the old airport, which is now the domestic airport, to the new airport – the one with the unpronouncable name.This is the departure level at Bangkok’s international airport.
  • Pod Village
    Posted on Thursday, November 27th, 2008 in moblog – Comments: (6)
    Pod Village, originally uploaded by TheNHBushman.com.We visited the famous Pod Village and took lots of photos for you. Look for a article on this amazing site in the very near future.Originally began in 1980, the company that started the project ran into financial difficulty. Investors restarted the project in 1989 but subsequently had a disagreement and the project was abandoned in the same year.
  • Bushman Gets Bent
    Posted on Thursday, November 27th, 2008 in riding – Comments: (8)
    Photos by MJ Klein & Hui-chenYeah, I got bent, but not in the typical sense where I go drinking with my friends.  This time my getting “bent” refers to my purchase of a recumbent tricycle.MJ with Walter, the designer of the recumbent tricycle model shown here – The ArtificeGetting fat comes with getting older and not exercising.  I love to exercise but I dislike pain.
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2 comments

  1. ^_^

    Almost everything you do, the way the blog layout looks, the posts, the summaries, it all looks very professional. A real problogger. Just thought I’ll share my appreciation of that with you 😛 :$

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