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... the train watchers who dotted the route to take photos of the train. I guess steam trains are not a common sight for people around here or anywhere else in the world.
We were supposed to go on another train that was to go on to the Torroko line and across the Usui Viaduct. 20 minutes before we arrived, Takako had confirmed with them that we were taking the 1pm train. However, when we got there, the train had developed a fault and the trip had to ...
... s great. Lets put it in the show!". The distance between being able to do something well in practice and being able to do it well in performance is not tremendous, but it is definitely a gap that must be bridged. When flying in practice, there is ample of time to compose yourself and really think about what you are going to do. Additionally, there is great difference in the pressure to succeed as it relates to whether or not you miss the trick.
... has all been a classic case of taking one step back in order to take two steps forward. Not very glamorous work during the process, however achieving the desired results will propel me to the next level of flying. The shows have been wonderful. It is by no means an easy feat to get up and perform every day. The act of doing so demands nothing short of 110%....every time....no matter what you feel like. My teammate, Harmony, told me of a trick ...
This morning Cole and I got up at 5:00 am and walked about a mile to
Tenmongu Shrine this morning. As we walked along the road, the buildings
became older and older as we approached the base of the mountain. The
architecture is very rustic and intricate. The 30 foot walls of the shrine
were covered in relief, and even a 6 inch bird had every single feather
depicted. Detail is very important here. This is also true to everyday
life. When the maids ...
... even have little plastic flowers inside of them to make them more attractive. The light poles normally have some kind of decoration or chandelier.
We were recommended to eat breakfast in the basement of a store called Mega. It is the largest store in Kiryu, and is kind of like their version of Walmart, but nicer. We wondered through it, noticing normally ordinary things but presented in a new way. The people must have thought ...