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    Daihonmei MikeM's Avatar
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    Thank you, Mark Gardner

    I have finally caught up with you on your blog. It has been a wonderful year. There is no way to express how much it has been appreciated.

    I hope in the years ahead we can see how some of the Shintaro Showa tosai progress. Especially the master's choice.

    Happy New Year!
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    Tosai
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    mike same thoughts also,mark i mean this in the nicest way hurry back to japan i miss the daily blog
    regards baz

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    Daihonmei
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    mark
    i still check it twice a day hoping you've decided to be magnanimous and continue to take us along on the journey.
    You know how small a part of the puzzle you've experienced...and we have gotten even less...but you infected us...I feel you can't abandon us now.
    can you?

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    Mike, and others, thanks for a pleasant surprise.

    At 10.50pm UK time I'm doing my final flit around the boards before shutting down and going to bed.

    At 8.30am I commence my journey back to Japan for 2009.

    Excited? You bet!

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    I am in full agrrement with the sentiments on here about Mark's Journey around the Magical mountains and only he knows how much i've bugged him and questioned him about the finer details of his routes and how it all fits together.

    I for one will miss the "Yamakoshi Year" - But fear not...... i suspect that while that adventure has ended there will be another open up and Mark will take us further into the Yamakoshi Life story and all that this holds for him over the next few years.

    Or at least i hope he does.........

    He has already hinted at a much bigger and better website with a new blog on one of the forums he uses. Although it may not be immediately upon his return.

    Regards,
    Greg.

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    Daihonmei
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    WOO HOOO!
    when someone knows anything please post it here
    From today on his "old blog"
    "A quick note about this blog. As detailed previously it will soon be surpassed by a new blog for 2009 and beyond. Whilst that is in the final stages of completion I'll continue to make a few posts here."

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