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May 22, 2005

Umm ...

Lost for words ...

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May 19, 2005

Okazaki Nature


Playing with a new program that will help me put up my pictures. It looks great but there a few down falls. One being that it's heavy on the bandwidth. I will give it a few more tries to see if gets better.

For some reason now it's not working with IE but functions with Netscape and Firefox. Looks like this application is done.

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Well the flash application is no longer loading up properly in IE so here are the pictures. However, I will leave it there for non-IE users.


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May 11, 2005

More of Okazaki-jo

I went around looking for a local gym today. Once again I have been disappointed. I just can't believe how difficult it is to find a gym with weights instead of just some running machines. I know the Japanese believe in good health but they have nothing when it comes to support any type of weight training. Too bad there is no Gold's Gym near by, the nearest being Nagoya. Well I think I will need to find an alternative to lifting weights or just go to the city gym with their archaic weights and make do with what I can.


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May 06, 2005

Okazaki-jo

More pictures from my little tour around Okazaki-jo.


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May 04, 2005

Golden Week

It's been pretty busy lately. I really haven't done much within the past few weeks except limp my way to and back from school. Today I finally had some time to go out and take some pictures. I'm currently on my Golden Week vacation until Monday. Hopefully I can take more pictures as the days go by.

There is a Koi shop right next to a car Volvo dealership and very conspicuously hidden. This shop has amazing Koiís many are extremely large and very menacing. I wouldn't be suprise that some of the Kois cost more than the cars next door.

Can you tell what this picture of? Well these are the carps that are under the bridge. They too are huge but it's the number of carps that live in this are is what makes it amazing.

Admin, Nolan, and I, are checking out the strangely amazing blossoms from vines.

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