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  • Marko Peussa
    Hey Date, we have shoes on! It s far too cold in here. http://www.kolumbus.fi/marko.peussa/2004sydantalvi.htm Regards, Klaus ... information ... about... ...
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      Hey Date, we have shoes on! It's far too cold in here.

      http://www.kolumbus.fi/marko.peussa/2004sydantalvi.htm

      Regards,

      Klaus

      --- In SCA-Archery@yahoogroups.com, "Yama Kaminari no Date Saburou
      Yukiie" <kabuto@c...> wrote:
      > Konnichi wa, tomodachi,
      > I post on this list now and then as needed, and enjoy the
      information
      > I glean from those who answer...
      >
      > I thought I would put something here that people might think
      about...
      >
      > I live in an area that enjoys/suffers (optimist/pessimist) a degree
      of
      > snow and fowl weather in the winter months...
      > If I were living in the area of Japan that I study in actual
      period, I
      > would have to live through roughly the same amount of nature...
      >
      > Today was almost 31 degrees, and there are still piles of snow
      > around...it has been cold and nasty as you can imagine...
      >
      > 31 degrees is leagues better and warmer than it has been, and I went
      > out today and strung up my yumi...barefoot...
      >
      > The last time I shot outdoors, was new years evening, to shoot in
      the
      > four directions and celebrate life..., and hopefully to let the gods
      > know that someone was enjoying the world around them...
      >
      > I did the same thing today...for fifty shots...
      > I let loose a whistling kaburi ya to call the attention of the
      heavens...
      > shot my shots...
      > and closed with another kaburi ya...
      >
      > Even 31 degree weather can be wonderfull, if you are used to worse
      > weather...
      >
      > It really felt good to stretch the muscles, stretch and relax the
      > mind...and connect with that which shooting offers...
      >
      > I also noticed that my yumi seemed to enjoy shooting also - the
      latter
      > shots were much mor calm and accurate than the earlier shots...and
      my
      > pennatration was better as I went...
      >
      > I say this to the populace - your bows want to shoot also..., and so
      > do your ya...
      >
      >
      > Just happy thoughts...
      >
      > Date Saburou Yukiie
      > Yama Kaminari Ryu
      > shi wa hei to de aru - all are equal in the grave...
      > http://www,kabutographics.com
      > kabuto@c...
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