Log Cabin Nature

Address: 1115-1 Shirako, Minamiboso, Chiba Prefecture, Kanto, 299-2521, Japan | Campground
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This campground is located on 1115-1 Shirako, Minamiboso.
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Travel Blogs from Minamiboso

Your Japanese Home, In Summer

A travel blog entry by goingrogish on Aug 20, 2014

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... are centipedes. The mucade is poisonous if it stings you. They are fat, black, and have lots of red legs. Luckily we've only seen a couple outside and they were dead. Then, there is the creepy, but harmless Japanese House Centipede, aka: geggi geggi. This guy is huge! The body is like a wide, stubby centipede and it has 15 pairs of articulated legs like a spider. They eat roaches and spiders, that's a ...

Dog Days of Summer

A travel blog entry by goingrogish on Aug 01, 2014

27 photos

... t very fast and during our second trip we go behind a slow driver. We actually had to stop and wait for them to get around the loop so we could floor it and take the loop at top speed. The first trip with Raelyn, I drove, but the second time around, she drove. Not too bad! But thinking that she will be driving for real in 6 short years....yikes!

After go carting was "crazy bikes". There was a variety of trikes and bikes, mostly ...

I think I'm turning Japanese!

A travel blog entry by gfiveg on Feb 23, 2014

5 comments, 43 photos

... Airport, we arrived in the town of Yokasuka, where Evan and Amy reside. A request on my part to grab some much needed grub was fulfilled as we headed for a late dinner at one of their local favorites, the Red Dragon. However if you ever go to Yokasuka and look for the Red Dragon, you will not find the Red Dragon as this is the name given to the establishment by Amy and Evan as they have no idea what the place is called. Haha...this just makes me chuckle and as my visit evolves, ...

Your Japanese Home...In Winter

A travel blog entry by goingrogish on Jan 16, 2014

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... it's on top of the tub cover, over in the corner. We have to turn these on 15-20 minutes before anyone can get a shower. I have a clock in there which has a thermometer on it. It is frequently 40*-45* in the bathroom. (Yes, the room where you are wet and naked is the coldest room in the house!)

After supper the kids get their showers. One upstairs, one downstairs, heaters on in both and BOOM! It trips the ...

"Your Japanese Home"

A travel blog entry by goingrogish on Sep 09, 2013

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... a small child slides off the bed and those little feet gently touch down on the floor upstairs, downstairs it sounds like and elephant fell out of bed. There is no insulation in this house so everything sounds much louder, but you can't really hear what the person in the next room is saying. On a lazy Sunday afternoon, taking a nap upstairs, you can hear the gentle stride of a jogger's shoes as he passes your house.

This house ...