Tuesday, 27 November 2007

what a colour!


continue on the food thing.....beetroot soup...yumm

2 comments:

oldmanlincoln said...

I left you a longer comment on the post below. I will spend some more time going through your photos. Thanks for coming to Sendai-shi.

I will also point your blog to some of my old army buddies.

oldmanlincoln said...

Here is a list of comments that I got after these people came to see your photos at your blog. I put the ones I got back so far on this one post.

Abe Lincoln

Abe:
Hey, long time, etc. Tnx for the lady's photo link. She obviously works at it diligently, and well.
I haven't visited sendai-shi much lately. At the moment I'm battling a bad case of the shingles. Painful. And am on daily prednisone and about a dozen (yes, a dozen) other medications for myasthenia gravis and misc ailments. Ah, pleasures of the "golden age." But better than the alternative!
Hope you had a good Thanksgiving and are faring well. Again, thanks.
Best....
Erle Howery

Thanks for the link to her blog. She sure has some great pictures on her blog. I have looked at most of them, and will finish the rest after sending this to you. I don't know if I was ever in Yamagata or not. So many towns I don't remember. I'm going to visit all the blogs, sure is nice though to see what modern Japan is like. Kind of sad ion a way, remembering it like it was, and to see it now. Ah well, that's progress I guess.
Thanks Abraham................Harry

WoW What can I say about this great site, It sure covers our part of Japan.. This young lady has a great talent for Picture Taking, She's almost as good as you Abe.. Thanks for the info on this site.. Frank Palani

Thanks for sharing this site. Hope all is well with you and family.
Jim Claunch

HI ABRAHAM, THANK YOU FOR SHARING THIS SITE WITH ME. IT IS VERY INTERESTING AND THE PHOTOS ARE BEAUTIFUL. YES, SENDAI HAS CHANGED DRASTICALLY SINCE 1953. IF YOU REMEMBER, MY SON VISITED SENDAI AND THE CAMP SENDAI SITE ON A RECENT BUSINESS TRIP. I TALKED TO HIM AT 1:00 AM,OUR TIME WHILE HE WAS WALKING AROUND THE CAMP. IT WAS A FASCINATING OPPORTNITY TO DO THIS.LITTLE DID I THINK IN 1953 THAT MY SON WOULD VISIT THE CAMP. IF YOU WANT TO SHARE THIS WITH ANYONE ON YOUR SITE PLEASE FEEL FREE TO DO SO.STAY IN TOUCH . G.L. NAGLE