Saturday, December 13, 2008

#915 Boots

Show 915 Saturday 13 December
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The other day, I bought some new boots.
They are amazing.
Dry. Warm. Comfortable.
The greatest thing since sliced bread.
Let’s go for a walk.

Hmm. You can’t really see much apart from snow.
You can’t even see my amazing boots.

What’s this?
A drain.
Another drain.

A wall.
Another wall.
A blue wall.

Waiting for the lights. And crossing the road.
Not that you can really tell because the road is white too.

Oh, a pole. And a flag.
Road safety.

Black. What’s this?
Ah, a convenience store.

A post box.

These mushroom-type things are next to a park. I can’t play in the park, it’s full of snow.

What’s this? A black hole?
Ah, it’s a star.

I think I might go inside the post office. Hmm, what’s inside the post office?
And a machine.
いらっしゃいませ (irrashaimase = welcome)
It can talk.

Waiting for the lights again. Green man. Excellent.

Now we’re getting into the centre of town, where we can see some designs on the footpaths.
And an orange wall.

A fire hydrant. And you can see my boots.
What amazing boots.

Something red and green … ah, the 100 yen shop.

Two orange cones.

A tree, with a name tag.

Some yellow steps. I wonder where they lead.

A wall and a lamppost.
Reminds me of Narnia.

I think I might check out the supermarket.
Hello trolleys.

I wonder if I can find anything interesting in the supermarket.

Mmm pasta.
Kagami mochi.


show start
artist: Boom Tschak
album: Indietronic CCBit.
track: More Chocolate, Please
from: Former Yugoslavia

artist: Kevin MacLeod
tracks: Bass Vibes, Style Funk
artist site
YouTube channel

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hi Sarah, could you recommend me some good publications which describe in details the Maori culture. There is only very general information on the internet and I need more. Kind regards, Jarek