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... or stretching I've been enjoying the simple things circus life has to offer.
We celebrated a birthday this week. Jeremy (our top catcher) and Harmony (his wife, and one of the female flyers) have two daughters. Tatum (2 years old....VERY MUCH 2 years old), and Cameron, who is now four (equally cute and very sweet). It was a festive occasion, well attended by most of the females in the circus, and all of the children. There were games, ...
... of how the contents are to be used. Although this gives me no indication of the flavor, at least I know what it's intended use is. On one of my recent trips to the store I was very excited to run across a little table set up in the aisle with person serving cooked samples. The purpose of this was to sell a line of cooking sauces which were displayed next to the demonstration. I ate the sample and found it quite tasty. I bough three. ...
... a bit more organized than in these pictures and will continue to become more comfortable as I am able to acquire additional storage items and shelves. My impression of Japan, particularly the Japanese people, thus far is very favorable. They are very friendly and polite and try their best to be helpful, even when a language barrier is present. My next step will to become more diligent in learning the language.
... the climb on a Clif bar, a granola bar, a couple of rice crackers and one and a half bottles of water. I was in desperate need of a cool sports drink. The mountain and farm roads had few stop signs and no stop lights so I rode non-stop for quite a while. Traffic again was minimal.
As it approached noon, the temperate got warmer. (I found out after I got back to the hotel that the current conditions were 27 degrees C with ...
... there was nothing at all to interrupt that incredible red, except for the very, very few white spider lilies that had somehow snuck in among the others. It was definitely one of the most over-saturated natural colour experiences I've ever had!
Adding to the atmosphere were the many dragonflies and butterflies hanging around, just begging to be photographed as they posed on the flowers. And because of the layout ...
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