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My latest addition is a photo from the Hadaka Matsuri in Chiba. These boys were crazy. With the typhoon coming the sea didnt treat them too kindly either.
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u took this photo's yourself? COOL DUDE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
i cant wait until i am in Kobe myself, then i can work on my website GOOD
 

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dutch baka said:
u took this photo's yourself? COOL DUDE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
i cant wait until i am in Kobe myself, then i can work on my website GOOD
Now I'm impressed. You built your Kobe site without actually living there . That's awesome.
 

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As seen as I seen the word Hippo...:D:D I like the layout of that site. Very clear and easy to navigate. Did you take the photo's yourself?

Yokan.
:)
 

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Hi Yokan,
thanks for your comments,
to answer your question,ツ i did take the pictures and for those who are interested here is the much delayed secone part of the Sapporo Snow Festival photo album
 
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Hi deadhippo,

I love your photo's from the Mount Fuji.
I have a picture of the Mount Fuji hanging in my hobby-room.
She has a special radiation, I would have loved climbing her if
I was still young enough.
 

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Elizabeth van Kampen said:
Hi deadhippo,
I love your photo's from the Mount Fuji.
I have a picture of the Mount Fuji hanging in my hobby-room.
She has a special radiation, I would have loved climbing her if
I was still young enough.

unless you pushin over 50... i dont see why not. you can drive up to lvl 5 and after that is less then 1000M and the normal trip is 5 hours.
 

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When I did my night climb there were many people over 50 climbing. A few pushing 70 I think!
 

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how is the night climb? i would like to try that so i can take pics in the morning
 

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I prefered the night climb over the day trip. It gets really cold in the early morning though. We made it in only 3 hours, and slept on the top of the mountain waiting for the sunrise! Very beautiful sight indeed.
 

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It was a nightmare for me, the night climb. It hardly stopped raining and it was very windy and cold of course. If I stopped moving I would start to get chills after about five minutes. I was quite prepared too, clothes-wise. Hiking boots, waterproof pants, several layers of sweaters, snowboard jacket, hat, gloves, scarf. Going down was pretty tiring too.
 
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