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... shaved ice), I did a little archery with my friend Jen's teenager, Chris. (Only 4th grade and up were allowed, and Raelyn decided to be our photographer.) This was $3.10 for 10 arrows. I didn't do very well...I'm going to blame it on the bent arrows.
We wandered to the back of the park where the animals were. We didn't spend any time there because the animals were kind of sad. Goats, sheep, and alpaca in dirt pastures. It was ...
... Japan had, up to this point, not been very high on my list of places to visit. It's not that it didn't appeal to me, it's just my list of desired destinations is quite lengthy, and Japan was not a priority. But all it took was a slight nudge from Amy, and my flight was booked and now the intrigue to explore the land of the rising sun, where the history runs as deep as the flavors of the food, was in full swing! So on that note...Hajimemashou!!!! After taking a series of trains ...
It was one of the pride days of my life, after very long 8 years I meet Hiroji and his sister and after a car trip with endless talking I hug my Friend Atsushi. In such a moment words are not necessary. It is 10 years ago, when our friendship started in a Apfelwein Kneipe in Frankfurt. Now we can start all over again. Life is beautiful !!!!! The place where everything happens, is a bar ...
We are in our house! We've been here now for a week. We got our Express Shipment the same day we moved out of the Lodge and into the house. (It wasn't very Express because it was put on a ship, not an airplane.) We get our House Hold Goods in a few days.
We are enjoying the house and getting to know the area, but one thing has us all stumped. Trash. Japan is so "Green"...(HOW GREEN ARE THEY?)...They ...
... it just gnaws whatever I'm trying to cut. Since most Japanese homes have a tiny oven (9x9) or they don't have one at all, I bought a counter-top oven/convection/rotisserie that I've been using in our room. This one will fit a 9x13 pan! (It was funny while we were house-hunting because the realtors would laugh and say, "No turkey!" when we mentioned how small the ovens are. I guess they've heard that a few times from ...