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... our sleepy child to bed. Perhaps he'll occasionally dream of lanterns and shrines throughout his life.
After another late Saturday night, we lounged around the house and Will took an early nap on Sunday. As soon as woke up, he asked to go to the beach. Mike offered to drive so we could check out a recommended beach at the southern end of the peninsula rumored to have ample parking. After a forty minute drive through coastal towns and even some ...
... on our walk from the bus stop, and a grocery cart quickly solved the problem.
The bus drove about thirty minutes south to the Kurihama Ferry. Will watched in awe as the ferry boat opened and dump trucks drove off. He also thoroughly enjoyed his first ferry ride which took about forty minutes to cross Tokyo Bay. From there, it was only a couple minutes drive to the base of Mt Nokogiri where we ...
It's now been three weeks in our current residence at the Navy Lodge. It seems longer. I miss our dogs. I miss being settled. I feel I need to be in our house to officially start this chapter of our lives. However, I have to remind myself that we have in fact accomplished a lot. We've found a place to live. Granted we can't move in until next week, but we have a house. And because we thought we'd have to live on base ...
... sense of humor. We often we were not and did. However, Mike, Will, Harley, Ries and I arrived safely and unscathed on a new East Coast.
Unfortunately, completing the physical move has not ended what seems to be a never-ending checklist. We learned yesterday that there is no base housing available for us so we will need to find a house in town. I believe in the long run we will be grateful for this inconvenience, but this just increased our to-dos ...
... we were looking at an 800 year old wooden "portrait" of the most famous Samarai from this area, Miura Yoshiaki. (I guess the Miura Peninsula where we live was named after him.) The portrait was created when he was 80 years old. Ancient scrolls on the wall told of his tales in Chinese. I still don't what he did to make him so famous, but it must have been a big deal. Even in a language I don't understand, I could tell ...