Rick’s Cafe

Here are some pics of the restaurant I owned/oprerated before running away to Brazil in February of 2013.  It was called Rick’s Cafe, and it was located very close to my home in Bukpyeong, Donghae, South Korea.

The pics show me some examples of what I gave away before getting on that boat.   The plates and coffee cups are only part of the equation.   There is also a nice pic of my mom, somewhere on the wall, not to mention a ton of other accoutrements.

강원도, 동해시, 북평동 있는 Rick’s Cafe 사진 몃개

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Shish kebobs, with saffron rice. Good old boy coffee, thick enough to float a horseshoe. Courtesy Yours Truly.

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Yours Truly, waiting for customers to arrive.

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