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Old 04-30-2003, 07:40 AM   #1
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Camping after an interval of four months

Do you remember me?I'm aki@Japan.
We went to camping after an interval of four months with our Casita.
And enjoyed canoeing and sightseeing.
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"Japanese Ayers Rock" Koza Grand Rock and Casita
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just like exclusive campground !
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We enjoyd a canoe trip down Koza river -My son(10) & daughter(8) -
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take a midday nap
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Fire
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The sky was heavily sprinkled with stars
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Old 04-30-2003, 09:03 AM   #2
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Konichi wa from the other side of the Pacific!

Lovely pictures, I hope to get to Japan in the next few years to take a few snapshots myself. Both my daughters studied Japanese, and the younger visited Japan last year.

I don't think I could manage to bring along my li'l Bigfoot, though; is tenting popular? Long, LONG ago my husband and I enjoyed car camping around New Zealand. It would be lovely to think we could have the same kind of journey around Japan.

Kitty :wave
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Old 04-30-2003, 09:20 AM   #3
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Hi Aki!

Good to hear from you again .... and good to see you are off camping. I know you love it just as much as we all do!

Nice pictures!

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Old 04-30-2003, 09:59 AM   #4
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"Welcome to our campsite!"
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Akihiko, enjoyed looking at the pictures of Chicho on your web site.
He is beautiful and looks like he knows it. Does he travel with you when you travel? How is his name pronounced and does it have a meaning?
Here is a picture of our Simba. She travels with us in our Scamp 5th Wheel.
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Old 04-30-2003, 08:30 PM   #5
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Good to hear from you again, Aki.............

You still have prize-winning photos. What beautiful country where you can camp. We think it's great that you and your family enjoy your Casita and canoeing so much. Spectacular!

Please come and visit with your friends here often.
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Old 05-01-2003, 07:19 AM   #6
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Thanks

Kitty,
Your daughters studied our language,"Nihongo"! really?
In short, I can talk with your daughters in Japanese,not my broken English.
The tenting is populer in Japan.The campsite in Japan is not made for trailers.

Charles,
I am glad to share my experience with you here by my contributing pictures.
We did not go to a camp during winter, because we were enjoying skiing &
snowshoeing.
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Larry
I am glad for you to look at my website.
Chicho stay at home when we travel. When he was a kitten, he also enjoyed
camping and tripping by canoe together with me.
He is good at swimming.
<img src=http://www.fiberglassrv.com/board/uploads/3eb11691b3fbbchicho.JPG/>
"Chicho" is spanish pronunciation.It is not "Chaicho". It pronounces with "Cheecho".
"Chicho" means "curl" in Spanish. But he is not curl.While I was staying in Spain,
the name of the dog of the master my apartment was Chicho.He was a very wise dog.
Simba is very graceful. Her favorite chair is also very great.

George,
prize-winning photos!!...It is more than my deserves.
My country is told that there are 48seasons. Boast of my country is not industrial
power but rich nature.Especially a river clears up and beautiful.
Moreover, I wish to come here.Thanks.
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Kitty,
Your daughters studied our language,"Nihongo"! really?
In short, I can talk with your daughters in Japanese,not my broken English.
Yes, Japanese is very popular here in the Pacific Northwest. All the teenagers read manga-- though usually in English. I keep a Japanese/English dictionary on my desk so I can translate the names of some art pieces I catalog for the websites I run. Japanese glass artists are very famous now.

Kitty
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canoe and pictures

HI! Aki,
thanks for the update on you camping and canoeing, I always
enjoy them.
Is that a Old Town canoe? we just bought a Old Town canoe the
guide147 and it is red too. We have had it out three time so still
learning how to paddle the right way.
Have a good camping season, Jay
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Old 05-02-2003, 05:20 AM   #9
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Hi Aki
Great photos.Your senery is very nice.Some day I would like to visit.Don't stay away so long next time.:) :wave
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Aki-I thought of you last weekend as we did a Dutch oven workshop. I will post pictures here if I remember. Lori is the master teacher. I know you also use the Dutch Oven. I wish we were together in California so we could share recipes!
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