Those of you who follow me on various social networking tools probably know that I had a busy February. What started as a 3 day interpreting gig at a trade show turned into a full time 3 week interpreter/sales gig. Over 3 weeks I found myself all over Tokyo, and I even found my way to Osaka and Nagoya. (BTW if anyone is doing any Nanotube research out there, I would recommend you check out NanoIntegris'
line of separated single wall carbon nanotubes!) On my days off, I managed to fill my schedule by judging at a debate tournament. Needless to say getting back to a normal routine has taken a few days. In an effort to return to my care-free happy-go-lucky ways I decided to head over to Seibu Dome to watch an exhibition game between the Saitama Seibu Lions and the Chunichi Dragons of Nagoya. Actually, the ball game was somewhat secondary to taking another reflective trip to Lake Sayama which is right by the stadium. The quiet and varied scenery gave me a chance to reflect on the last few weeks. Lake Sayama is now officially on my list of my favorite places to think. (A somewhat nebulous list that includes places like the Jesus statue in the woods behind the old Marianopolis campus.) Check out the other pictures
I took, and compare them with the last set