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    Aspens. White mountains, Ca


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    Beautiful Scott



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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

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    Aspens. White mountains, Ca

    This is just lovely - so subtle

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    An Evening in Sheboygan
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    An Evening in Sheboygan
    Wow - that is some cloudburst.

    Did you get wet ?

    Martin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Aislabie View Post
    Wow - that is some cloudburst.

    Did you get wet ?

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    Thanks, Martin. Nope. The small storm went just to the north of us.
    “You often feel tired, not because you've done too much, but because you've done too little of what sparks a light in you.”
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    A couple of Minox shots from our last trip to Japan

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ID:	230202 My wife (Rt) buying new chopsticks. That's all they sell in this shop. Must have had several thousand sets. Anything from a few dollars to nearly $30,000.00 a set.


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ID:	230203 Sonoda-san in his Tonkatsu shop. I used to eat there several times a week when I worked a hundred yards down the street. I remember walking towards my office one hot stuffy muggy Tokyo morning when he came down the street on his motor scooter laughing so hard I thought he'd crash into something. As he passed he pointed to something on the back of his scooter - he was leaning on a 50 pound block of ice. Cool! #1 (一番/ichiban) best Tonkatsu in Tokyo.

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ID:	230204 Ajiyoshi. Hole in the wall (might seat 12 people in a pinch) with some of the best food in Nagoya (my wife's home town.)
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