I just went to see Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour in Tokyo. This film festival has been held 4 years ago in Japan, and all films are about adventure, extreme sports, and outdoor culture. This was my secound time to see, and my impressions of the films were fantastic and insane!!!!! I wondered why a lot of people love such a dangerous sports... I try extreme sports these days because of my hasbund, but I don't think I can try those kind of risk-taking sports. I think the best parts of those sports are they can be part of the nature, and try their limits.
I wanna go camping ,and wanna make a bonfire!
I wanna go this film festival in Banff.
Someone loves adventure, extreme sports, and outdoor have to see those films!!
By the way, I took Koruri too, and she was really well behave during movies for about 4hrs. She always watch those kind of DVD, so maybe likes them. Good Girl!
Last week was mostly cloudy and rainy weather. When the sun finally came out, I went to see cosmos in nearbly ranch. BUT it was getting wrapped in a fog as altitude increases even though there was only 30 minutes drive from my house. When I got there, hundred thousand cosmos were all in a white mist which were very fantastic. There was really freezing though.
I was waiting for the sun for a while, and when I left there, it turned fully sunny weather. NICE :)
Anyway taking photos with Maro is extremely difficult!!! PLEASE CHILL OUT, runaway dog MARO!!
I have been to Tottori to attend a Buddhist memorial service for Yusuke's grand father last weekend. I could stay there only for 3 days, but Koruri soon got used to Yusuke's family, and enjoyed staying there. Especially, she loved a rabbit which named "Kiku" .