Things around Yokosuka (again, it's YoKoSka) have settled in and become somewhat routine for us. We've been here nine months already.
Seeing someone sleeping on the train is pretty common, but this little girl looks like a fourth grader. Usually kids will go one or two stops, but this girl went quite a distance. I was afraid she would miss her stop. But she got off one stop before me.
Last weekend, we played golf with two friends at Atsugi Naval Base, which oddly is not on the ocean. The planes from aircraft carriers are 'parked' there when the ships are in port.
Saturday night was a surprise 50th birthday party for a friend, whose husband gave her a trip to Israel.
This weekend was golf again and a shopping trip to Kawasaki. Yeah - the motorcycle city. Allan left for a dive trip early Saturday that didn't happen since the seas were lousy. We decided shopping and lunch would occupy us for a few hours.
When the sun is shining, I think this contraption is called a parasol. Alot of women carry them here. So feminine.
I'll be meeting Jean in Hong Kong in about two weeks. Then she'll make a trip to China and come to Japan for six days. Poor Allan has a training session and can't be off that week. Awww!