Moon Over Kwajalein and thoughts of an old friend inspire Haiku #59.
Greg VessarI love music, I love to travel, and I love to write. My blog "A Thousand Miles from Kansas" combines all three. I am a Kansas boy and an educator on sabbatical. I have lived in many places around the globe and I currently live in northern Japan. Journey with me as I combine my loves of music, travel, and the written word as I navigate through life.
It has been a very different winter than last year in Northern Japan. Less snow and warmer than usual.
A friend and lifelong resident of the Marshall Islands once told me that the Pacific has no memory. I like that thought and think of it often.
How do you celebrate the KC Chiefs as they head to Miami for Super Bowl LIV? Winter beach combing at Mutsu Bay in Northern Japan!
Thinking about Ilo and her favorite song.
Gray skies mean snow in northern Japan!
Tsugaru Railway’s “Stove Train” (A Photo Essay)
I took a ride on the Aomori Tsugaru Railway’s “Stove Train”.
Haiku #53 (RIP Neil Peart)
Sad goodbye Neil Peart~ Pounding rock and roll legend~ Kinetic drummer. © 2020 Gregory Vessar. All Rights Reserved.
Shoveling Snow with My Father
A snowy inspiration today as I shoveled snow…again!
A short two stanza poem in haiku. Why? Just because!