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(February 27th)

As most people know, I am really a lover of nature. On many of my off days (and even when it’s not an off day but I have some free time), I ride my bike around the city, and often outside of the city we’re visiting. I get up to the mountains, see the view, and appreciate the fact that the people in Japan don’t really litter very much and keep their habitat clean and safe. Japan has the least amount of deforestation of any industrialized country in the world and I appreciate the beauty of the trees all around Japan.

So I took a lot of photographs and many of them are from my rides around Okinawa, Ishigaki Island. Now that I’m here in Nagasaki, I had a wonderful ride over to Mogi to the sea side of the area where we’re at. We saw some beautiful sights. We also went up and saw the beautiful and oldest stone arched bridge in Japan, the oldest Catholic church in Japan, and one of the oldest European settlements in Japan. I uploaded all of those photos. Hopefully you’ll enjoy them!





































Aren't they beautiful?
Here are photos I took in Nagasaki.
















































Do these photos make you feel like you are traveling?



Bobby
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  1. Steven Ikeda さんのコメント: (Steven Ikeda says):

    Bobby:
    Great pictures! Awesome scenery. I thought you might be interested in an article that appeared in the Los Angeles Times today (March 3, 2009). You are mentioned in this article about your good friend, Jerry Royster.

    http://www.latimes.com/sports/la-sp-royster-wbc3-2009mar03,0,2967528.story
    Steve Ikeda