My journey on the Enoden line continued, leaving Hase and the Great Buddha, and heading for Enoshima. Along the way, though, through one of the windows on the train I spotted the ocean, and thought “that looks neat, I want to see the beach!” So, I persuaded my buddy John … Continue reading
The server that hosts both my websites at Dreamhost had major problems last week and this week, and they’ve had to spend time transferring all data from the old server to the new one, which has caused my sites to be either unavailable or terribly bogged down. I’m still having … Continue reading
After spending about an hour at the Great Buddha of Kamakura, the day was fast coming to a close and it was time to get back on the Enoden, in order to get to Enoshima before dark. AFter getting back to Hase station, there was a little time to kill … Continue reading
The official ComfyCon Vendor’s Room is now on the main ComfyCon.net website! Go there for all the good ComfyCon merch!
It’s that time, boys and girls! Time for the easiest, most stress-free, relaxing, COMFIEST convention you’ll ever attend! ComfyCon 2013 is here! Three days of geeking out your own way, you can watch the panels, host your own panel, do whatever you like, because you never have to leave your … Continue reading
At the 11th hour, on the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918, the guns of war fell silent for a time. The men and women who fought in that “War to End All Wars” hoped and prayed that no one would ever hear the guns of war again. … Continue reading
So, after riding the Enoden for a few minutes, it was time to get off at the station in Hase town, where the Great Buddha (Daibutsu) of Kamakura is situated. Like most of the towns along the Enoden, Hase is a tourist town, making the most of the local attraction. … Continue reading
So, I’m updating (only a year later!) with some more photos from my Nerdtour of Japan! This will broken up into a couple of sets of photos that are going to be on my portfolio site, but I’ll update here when I update there! So, on this day I rode … Continue reading