Tsukuba Sports & Outdoors

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    Paragliding

    by manuelEB Written Jun 8, 2003

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    Paragliding: You go up to a somehow high mountain commend your soul to all gods and jump!!! If there is "kamikaze" blowing into the area, take with you a manual of how to learn korean language in 10 steps... Those steps, providing you will have your legs when crashing in Korea (North or South, it doesn't matter).

    Equipment: Guts and another miscelaneous stuff.

    Pater noster, etc, etc...

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    Flowers

    by manuelEB Updated Jun 15, 2003

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    Asking what kind of flowers are these? It is more or less the begining of a conversation with
    fellow hickers. I asked why didn't we take the cable car up? They saw my face and understood very well the question...

    Equipment: I mentioned the towel already. Bring another one.

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    Flowers

    by manuelEB Updated Jun 15, 2003

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    If hiking is a sport activiy, playing with the light is an intellectual activity. "Mente sana en cuerpo mas o menos sano" is an old Sapnish saying that perhaps is not Spanish, and perhaps is not a saying...

    Equipment: Bring ideas. Lot of ways to capture the nature.

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    850 mts to go

    by manuelEB Updated Jun 15, 2003

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    Now we are at 700 meters over the sea level. I think they are not adding the 15000 of the sea level at the Marianas bottom...
    Another very looooooong 850 mets to get to the pinnacle.

    Equipment: Getting better. No as thirsty as before. My tank still has gasoline. Bring with you one of those books of auto-help. You can leave it in the trash up there.

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    Yoga Lessons

    by manuelEB Updated Jun 15, 2003

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    All you need is a tatami mat and concentration.
    This is calle the position of the Very Tired Lotus.
    Do not let the kids to try this one...

    Equipment: Tatami mats are hheavy donot bring them with you. There will be a couple up there at 700 mts over the sea level.

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    HiQueen!! or HiPrincess!! ( I do not greet males)

    by manuelEB Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    ACHTUNG: DO NOT RATE THESE PAGES!!!!
    at least you think they offer information that you cannot access in Encyclopaedia Brittannica. and other serious sources.

    Going up to Mt. Tsukuba

    The story is rather simple and it was told to my VTFriends; those who came and rated this series of pictures were called clowns by someone who eats from our efforts in bringing a human side to this virtuality.

    I came back from a long trip spanning three continents. The first weekend with my family after the trip I decided to go hiking, and i have not doing this for more than 10 years. The closest thing I did with regularity was Heinekken.
    We went by car to the the cable car station of Mount Tsukuba. Parking is free.

    PS: It seems that taken my VTfriends to walk with me up to the Tsukuba summit is not enough sport tip. HQ does not consider Tsukuba-san hiking a tip cause they are expert in Tsukuba. and the visitors are not going to be interested in the most important hiking spot in the whole area. REading trough these 92 steps to Tsukuba summit will tell you lot of things about Japan, the Japanese and our experience of 20 years in Japan.

    Equipment: Bring energy

    Here we go...
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    The start

    by manuelEB Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Close to the building of the cable car you will kind the TOSANGUCHI. The chinese (now japanese!) characters indicating the entrance to the hiking path that will take you up...(if you bring enough
    "equipment")

    Equipment: Bring energy in any form. Remember: you can not destroy energy, but energy can destroy you!!!

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    Local custom

    by manuelEB Updated Jun 17, 2003

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    A hiking day can not start without the photo in front
    of the TOOSANGUCHI. By now, you are an expert in the Japanese vocabulary. TOO means climb,
    SAN means mountain and GUCHI is competitor
    of Louis Viton.
    Cheese!!!!

    Equipment: Think of something that can give you energy....
    Metaphysical stuff not included

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    Smile now...you will cry later.

    by manuelEB Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Ivanics is a kind of photography -very similar to what Annamation is in videos- where you should be able to have a picture of you and a pretty girl without asking anybody to take the picture. This was taken at the TOOSANGUCHI and the reason
    because I was not smiling can be tracked to not being that innocent: hard work ahead.
    .
    *For Ivanics and Annamation refers to VTMembers that are friend of mine...See my list*

    Equipment: If you want to drink something at real prices, bring it with you...

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    I can go faster than you...

    by manuelEB Updated Jun 17, 2003

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    In the beginnig all was bright... (uh? The Genesis starts different). Anyways, in front of me those stairs indicating that it could be easy to up...
    As usual, I climb them at the rate (ooops!!) of
    two steps each...EVen had time to take a picture...

    Equipment: Bring a small towel. You will be aweating in anoter few tips...

    Stairs
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    I wish you were here, and here you are

    by manuelEB Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    No big deal...Going up stairs. They are somehow irregular in height but you should not ask for a big work of engineering here.As mattrr of fact, you came here to be in contact with mother Nature and father Science (two journals with high impact factor).

    Equipment: Chocolats!!! yes chocolats...

    You see..No sweat, yet
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    I need to lay down...

    by manuelEB Updated Jun 24, 2003

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    - Ok, honey! I will wait for you. Take a rest....

    The picture shown my comrade as seen from my
    natural bed. A very serious recomendation for all of you serious beer drinkers is: Take it easy at he begining. You don't need to demonstrate noone that you are able to go up in no time. Take that steppy segment as easy as possible and soon you will be rewarded by the beautiful nature of Tsukuba-san...By now, you should know I am not talking about a girl called Tsukuba. SAN stands for mountain...Like in San Francisco.

    Equipment: a pillow.

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    Traffic

    by manuelEB Updated Jun 15, 2003

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    There still no traffic jams here but signal light could be a must in "difficult" paths. It was wet here and there. So careful was required.

    Equipment: A logic extension to the previous papragraphs.
    Put some care in your backpack.

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    Deseperate for a rest place...

    by manuelEB Updated Jun 15, 2003

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    This was really funny. The whole family could not
    go up anymmore and they decide to rest in these spot.
    Rather crowded, uh?

    Equipment: Patience is important . Walk till you get to the right spot...Bring patience.

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    Konnichi wa

    by manuelEB Updated Jun 15, 2003

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    Yeah Yeah Smiling after goingup and coming down. No one did give you transportation tip? use the cable car!!!!

    Equipment: I f ou are believer bring a copy of your sacred book. Yo never know when is your turn...Repent!!!

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