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Discussion in 'Asia' started by VACommuter, Nov 3, 2015.
This morning's RTE at Jimmy's Grille, Bridgeville DE.
I'm sure he's now aroused.
Saw this ship docked and thought you degenerates would get a kick out of it.
Toured the Japanese Battleship Mikasa today. Japan used it to kick Russian ass in the early 1900's.
Nothing says I love you like an 800 pound armor piercing round.
Armored steering house with sun poking through the viewing slits.
Same thing in the non-combat area.
Old school range finder. Evidently some Ensign used it to dial in the Russian fleet and save the day.
I've always liked "big guns".
Lock and load, bitches.
One step above Kentucky windage.
Obligatory old school Japanese nautical shitter shot for Jax.
Supper at Gorkha Palace in Yokosuka. A Kirin hard cider.
Butter Chicken Curry, Chicken Marsalla Curry and garlic cheese nan.
That and more for less than 5000 Yen.
Not exactly Japan, over for a visit before Miguel hits the rice paddy
This week is a full week of Area Orientation and Cultural Briefs. Field trip to Kamakura today to practice train and restaurant skills. The carrier Ronald Reagan might be coming back to port soon which should make it pretty crowded on base with the influx of another 5000 or so out of control sailors and Marines.
John, quit using that damn fish-eye lens that keeps making me look like an ugly fat bastard...
You look like you are concentrating ...
keep the photo's coming big guy.............
What no pics touching a little person
I'm sure there is one touching you.
Mike since I work on MV's out here.
Tell them that you know John Wayne, then stand back!
Sounds cool! Scott and I got to see the carrier Ronald Reagan "come alive" ceromony in Norfold VA. It was pretty cool even if it was hot as bxxxs that day.
It's that stache' filling up the frame, camera can't handle something that size at that distance
Waiting for the train on a rainy day.
It wasn't pie, but it will do in an emergency.
I didn't spring for the rickshaw ride.
Japanese schoolgirl shot. How did that get on here?
Purify yourself with this water before entering the shrine.
Barrels of saki donated by the distilleries to the shrine. Used for other ceremonies.
The shrine. No pictures allowed inside.
Saw this at work. Don't know what it is but I want one.
Great photos thanks for sharing....Mike
Those fat tire beach bikes are all the rage, I was in VA beach several times this year and they're everywhere