Sunday, July 17, 2005

Guest Book / 足跡著

You can use this posting as a guest book. Please leave a comment (by clicking on the "comments" word below) to say hi. I particularly love to hear from people who I don't know yet and just found there way to this site.

Of course, on all posts, feel free to leave comments.

そこで足跡著する。 ここの下に「comment」でクリックする。 特に知らない人が書いて下さい。

勿論他の日記でコメントを書いてもいいよ。

11 Comments:

At 12:21 PM, Blogger Tammy said...

Hi there! I was just checking out some blogs and came across yours. I have a funny "language barrier" story for you. I am an adult literacy tutor. I was tutoring a Japanese woman, who was married to an American man. At the time, their daughter was about 2 yrs old. It was easter time, and I took their daughter a decorated easter egg. The minute she saw it, she said what I thought sounded like tomango. I thought she was saying tomato. Being a tutor, I wanted her to be sure she had the right word. I said, no, egg! She said, no, tamango! After a minute of arguing, Megumi, the mother, said Yoshika was right, she was just saying the Japanese word for egg. How embarrassing!

 
At 4:14 AM, Blogger Ashley said...

hey peter! Just dropped by to say hi, your website won't open when I click on it and I'm not sure why

 
At 7:02 PM, Anonymous Nori姉 said...

tHi!
I tried to write to "Studying in Japan 2005",,,
I don't write to massage, cause I'm not Blogger.(T_T)
How's about your Japanese life??
I hope your success!

 
At 9:46 PM, Blogger PeterD said...

Nori姉さん、

すみません。

今"Studying in Japan 2005"でできる。ブログのセッティングを変えた.

 
At 6:43 PM, Anonymous Matt said...

Greetings Peter,

I ran across your 50K Ofuro marketing question and followed your links here. Did you have a source for heaters in the states?

Anywho, I studied and worked a 3 years in Osaka and am now in PDX.

Next time I will comment in Japanese.

Matt

 
At 1:28 AM, Blogger PeterD said...

Matt - Thanks for the comment.

I don't get into that end of their business much (more focused on helping them export the tubs to the States), but I do know that they source heaters, pumps, and filters from the States already. Seems those used for hot tubs in the States work fine for their soaking tubs.

 
At 8:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

was bored at work and just 4 kicks though I'd check in and say hi. Emailed you a couple times in the past couple years, but never heard anything back. Hope all is well with you. Big news. I'm a mom now. Telll you more in an actual email if you are interested. What is your current email address?-Megan

 
At 7:20 PM, Blogger The Sea Wind said...

Hi Peter,

I'm glad to find your comment on my page. Sorry, I'm more than a month late. (Can I blame it all on law school?) :)

Very nice and interesting Blog with really great pictures! It's unique how you run the Blog both in English and Japanese. I'm also impressed how outdoorsy you and Silvia are. Hopefully we will get to ride sometime soon.

Best,

Christine

 
At 11:06 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

You look just the same as in H S. Sounds like life has been treating you well. Just wanted you to know I stopped by this page. Lynn

 
At 5:24 PM, Anonymous deborah said...

Peter,
I'm trying to send photos to Juve, who was our guide in a recent kayaking trip around Isla de Carmen. Do you have the name of his business in Loreto? Can't locate in my notes. He was great!
Thanks, Deborah

 
At 10:09 PM, Blogger PeterD said...

Hopefully you come back to check, as the comment didn't include an email address to respond to. I don't know Juve's company name, but I am sure you could get it f you call or email Sea Trek Kayaking (http://www.seatrek.com/), as they work with him a lot.

 

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