one the more interesting places that i visited was panmunjum, on the DMZ. i delivered fuel there, for their stoves, and the fuel tank was on the north side of the compound. i would leave munsan-ni, drive up across freedom bridge, to panmunjum, and practically beg the north korean soldier to let you through the gate, to deliver the fuel. they would pull that little SMG on you in a heart-beat. i don't know why they did that cause they were stealing most of the fuel anyway. you wouldn't think, from looking at that hole in the wall, that a lot history was made there. i saw some recent photos of it, and there's a gazillion dollars worth of buildings there. you look up on the hills beyond, and see the tunnels with the big railroad guns in them. i say railroad guns, cause they run them out on tracks. you could see all that activity, and realize that not one of those people liked you. even freedom bridge was a one way bridge, built on an old train trestle from the pusan moscow railroad. i saw where they built a four lane bridge to skip that trip. place seems to be getting boring. if the fecal matter had ever fallen amongst us, they figured the casualties north of the imjin river at ninety eight percent, with the rest gone on R&R, or emergency leave.