September 27. Chungju to Sangjubo following the Saejae bike path.
Light patterns on my bed.
Budai in the shade. Danhosa temple, Chungju. Apples along the path. Tigers in the grass. Campers by the river.
Flowers encircled by Korean honeybees.
Crow scarecrows at an orchard.
Carvings on a rock.
Soju for the deities.
A more humane scarecrow.
Red peppers by the road.
A bike station at Hengchun gyocharo.
The mountain pass at Ihwaryeong.
Fishing near Mungyeong Buljeong Station.
Tree and rice paddies.
A more reflective scarecrow.
I near the end of the Saejae bike path. I meet the Nakdong as the Harvest Moon slowly begins to rise in the east.
The Nakdong under the Chuseok moon.
I reach the final weir of my second day at Sangju, eleven kilometers into the Nakdong river bike path and about one hundred kilometers from Chungju.
I meet Elly in Sangju city for pizza and wine, an assortment of snacky snacks.