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August 20, 2007

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Ah...so close I can practically taste it. I went down today for a final walkthrough. There are a few small things yet to be done, but the work is essentially finished. In addition, the absolute basics are there - air conditioner, refrigerator, washing machine and futons - and the electric and gas are hooked up too.

It looks fantastic. If only someone would go buy the furniture for me.

Here are a few shots to give you an idea. I am hoping to do some before-and-after, but I cannot seem to get the archived pictures to load into this entry. I will leave it to when I have some time.

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On Wednesday, I will have some things delivered...some beach clothes, drinks, another futon, chairs for the dining room table and a desk. After that, at the very least, I need to buy a sofa and table for the living room.

Then...we can have a party!

Posted by Kirk at 10:07 PM | Comments (0)

August 12, 2007

I can hardly wait!

I have had a busy week! One of the things I did was head down to Ikea yesterday. That place is amazing...really. We spent something like three hours there and I am sure we did not see everything.

It is down in Yokohama and after the big shopping experience I had some free time so I continued on to Zushi to get some more pictures of the flat. It is really coming out well now!

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Well, it is a little messy still, but not bad. On the left, you can see the tile has been put in. I took this about 4:30pm - the sun shining in is lovely.

I also got to see the lighting scheme for the first time, as well as the entrance and the bath. There are things still to be done, but it should be ready soon.

Once it is all finished, I will do a before-and-after entry...I have about 300 pictures of the place, so I need some time to sort through them first. Here are some of the latest ones...these two are taken from the living room.

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These are pictures of the living room taken from the kitchen (L) and the bedroom (R).

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Finally, the entrance and the bath...

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Posted by Kirk at 10:01 AM | Comments (0)

August 08, 2007

Lovely paint job! whew...

As I said below, I had a full day down by the beach. I went early and to look at the apartment and do a little shopping. I bought a refrigerator and a washing machine. I am going again next week to buy futons and an air conditioner.

Meanwhile, I have been a bit worried about whether the paint color would be good. And...it is! I was so relieved when I walked in to the apartment yesterday. It looks really good. The bad news is that it will not be ready until August 19th instead of the 10th as I had been hoping. Oh well...what can you do?

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I took a bunch of other pictures, but I will keep them for another time.

Posted by Kirk at 11:23 PM | Comments (0)

Enoshima Fireworks 2007

I met up with Laura yesterday in Enoshima for the fireworks. It was excellent, but more on that in a minute. It was actually a full Shonan day but I will get to that in the next post.

As for the fireworks show, this is the second year in a row that I went and it was really good. This year, we went to Katase Enoshima Beach, which is the one right in front of where the fireworks are set off. It was crowded and we paid 5,000 yen for the right to sit on the beach, but it was still well worth it.

While we waited for the sun to set, we were treated to a rare summer view of Mt. Fuji...looks good, right?

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Just watching everyone was a lot of fun!

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And as I mentioned a few times before, the fireworks were very cool. As one would expect, the pictures do not do the show justice, but here they are anyway.

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The downside came afterwards. They expected 140,000 people, which is fun until everyone tries to get on the train at the same time. I thought waiting an hour would be enough, but it was more like two and we did not actually get on a train until after 1030pm. Fortunately for me it was the Shonan Monorail...love that train! I got home around 1am.

Posted by Kirk at 11:05 PM | Comments (0)

August 01, 2007

It's almost done!

Yesterday was another Zushi day, but one almost entirely given over to the apartment. Which is difficult, because I have lots of homework and a semi-serious test today, so studying might have been a good idea. Whoops!

Anyway, I picked out the curtains and paint...all in, it took almost three hours to do. I am glad that is over and I hope that it turns out OK. I really have no idea.

After that, I tried to study for an hour and then I went over to the Blue Moon on Hayama Isshiki Beach. I really could not relax so I headed home early. Well, I went home when I told myself I would which is the same thing.

Anyway, here are some pictures of the ongoing work:

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On the top left is a picture of the color selection. I chose the one on the far left. I think it is good, but we will see! On the top right is a picture of the kitchen...everything seems to be in place. Since last week, the tall cabinet on the right has been installed (still needs shelves) and so has the hood over the stove and the kitchen table! Woo.

The picture on the bottom left shows the counter between the door and the bedroom. I think I mentioned there will be a roll screen above it...picked that out yesterday as well. And finally another wide shot of the kitchen from the living room.

I will be going down a lot in the next few weeks...place should be done by the 10th! Keeping my fingers crossed.

Posted by Kirk at 07:26 AM | Comments (0)