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Shio-kago

Greetings from Oregon!

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Shio-kago    4

Hello everybody. I first took an interest in sumo in the late nineties, but really had no access. About ten years ago, though, I started finding sumo content on youtube and started gradually becoming a fan. For no reason I can explain, I began getting really enthusiastic last summer; I've just had sumo on my mind a lot this last year. I've lurked this forum a bit, in that time, and thought I'd better register so that I can engage with other people's viewpoints, rather than receiving fan opinions only. A big thank you to all, for creating this excellent community!

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Swami    109

Hearty salutations from the Swami!

 

Swami

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Zannah    18

Welcome from other long-time lurker, who also became member not too long ago. (Happygoodbyes...)

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Fujisan    230
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Welcome aboard Shio-

 

Chuck in your salt and join the fray......

So whats it like in Oregan? I've heard of it but never been there..... 

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Shio-kago    4
10 hours ago, Fujisan said:

Welcome aboard Shio-

 

Chuck in your salt and join the fray......

So whats it like in Oregan? I've heard of it but never been there..... 

Thank you! 

Oregon is a lovely place. Lush forests, a majestic rocky coastline, the super fertile Willamette valley, countless beautiful rivers, and rolling desert west of the picturesque mountains.

All this and a very mild climate. Some years the thermometer never reaches 37 C, nor drops below -5 C.

There is one little problem living here in the valley, though. Pollen! If you suffer from allergies-- stay far away! (It's my good fortune, that I don't.)

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Fujisan    230
On ‎03‎/‎08‎/‎2018 at 16:07, Shio-kago said:

Thank you! 

Oregon is a lovely place. Lush forests, a majestic rocky coastline, the super fertile Willamette valley, countless beautiful rivers, and rolling desert west of the picturesque mountains.

All this and a very mild climate. Some years the thermometer never reaches 37 C, nor drops below -5 C.

There is one little problem living here in the valley, though. Pollen! If you suffer from allergies-- stay far away! (It's my good fortune, that I don't.)

Sounds great.....

I don't have hayfever which makes Oregan a nice place to visit...... 

We are enjoying a minor heatwave  in England right now but our climate is notoriously changeable.....

My friend Wayne says that what forcasters call an heatwave

we used to call summer....

One things for sure,its blazing when I am working(Window cleaner)

Lots of cold drinks needed.......Usually I don't finish them because they don't stay cold long...

 

 

 

 

 

 

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