Sunday, August 28, 2005

Camping with the Tono Crew

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The crystal clear waters of a river running thru the foothills of the
Southern Japan Alps, in a tiny mountain cleft called Sakashita.

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The men of Tono lounging along the river (from left): Andrew from Alaska, Jason (Ohio!), Scottish, AKA David (sporting the Union Jack), Phil, and George.

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Kanpai! 乾杯!

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Andrew, Crab Walking World Champion (in both forward and reverse divisions), and Anthony.

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Not to be outdone, Leslie was quick to stake her claim as Piggy Backer Extraordinare.

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The lovely ladies of Tono, Leslie and Megan (East side Ohio, represent!)

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The lovely men?

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Our wonderful RPAs, the Canadian Martha Stewart, Alyson, and Phil.

竜神滝 : Dragon God Falls

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Perched upon the rocky outcrop of Dragon God Falls, the bright blue swim shorts of a Tono Crew member prepare to take the plunge .

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Sam said...

Hey this is Sam in Nakatsu. I wanted to say that I think that your pictures are amazing and are so worth looking at. Im saying this because I myself have seen way too too many a jet photo that were just well.... crap. Keep up the good work.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for posting a link to your blog...I sent the link to my family back home so they can see how nuts we are. Awesome. The rest of your blog, by the way, might as well be a national treasure...some of those pictures were simply amazing. You have a talent, I would say.

Anonymous said...

Melissa,
You have done a fantastic job on your site.

Jack Jordan (Katy's dad)