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So, this last week has been relatively uneventful. Most of my time and energy has been spent just settling into a daily routine. I've completed my first ten days of shows, 17 shows in all (plus 6 practices). This represents a pretty easy schedule...and I am very happy for it. As expected, although I am strong and in relatively good shape, this is where the word 'relatively' really comes into play. Trapeze requires a very specific set of muscles. However, as ...
... warmed me to my toes and Kyla made a spicy and wholesome curry that gave me energy for the three shows of the following day.
Let it be said that generally speaking I fancy myself to be a pretty decent cook. It is clear to me, however, that during my stay here I am going to have to learn through trial and error. While there are some familiar foods, for the most part they are imported and therefore very expensive. As for the rest, ...
... hero's". Her name is Harmony French (you can see her video's on YouTube). She's an beautiful, powerful and talented flyer and I've spent a good portion of my down time studying her work. I met and flew with her today for the first time and she is as graceful in her person as she is in the air. I am excited to learn from her that which she has to teach.
My little apartment is starting to come together. ...
... br> I'm still suffering from jet lag as I was up at around 3 AM again. After tossing and turning for a while, I decided to just go out for a ride to test the knee. I had decided to stay in Takasaki for a 3rd night in case today's ride revealed that my knee was shot and I would have to evaluate my options. As explained above, the left knee is now better but the right knee is in pain.
Today's ride was a climb up Mt. Akagi, the start ...
... been to before, so this was perfect.
Kinchakuda is a park located in Hidaka, which is in Saitama, the prefecture just north of Tokyo. It turned out to be a shorter journey than I'd expected, but I still had to take five different trains to get there: the west-bound Chuo (changing from the local to an express); then the Seibu-Kokubunji Line going north, which merged into the Seibu-Shinjuku Line at ...
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