Tuesday, December 2, 2014

"Ware Tada Taru (wo) Shiru"

Written on a tsukubai (stone water basin) at Ryoan-ji temple, Kyoto.    It means "one already has all one needs".

At Ninna-ji, Kyoto



I am resuming posting to this blog...

Until next, sweet sailing.

11 comments:

Baydog said...

Lovely photo, really PB. What's the ketch?

Pandabonium said...

I think it was an H-28 Ketch designed by L. Francis Herreshoff.

Don Snabulus said...

I once tried to buy a Ketch 22 which I was unable to do because they only sell you a boat if you are in the Ketch Sailing Club. Unfortunately, you can't join the club unless you own a Ketch 22 sailboat. Eventually the club disbanded due to lack of membership.

bonnie said...

Welcome back! I hope all's well.

bonnie said...

ketch-22 - ha!

Pandabonium said...

Ketch 22 - love it, Snabby.

Bonnie, thanks. Everything is good here, just needed a hiatus with a lot going on.

Baydog said...

I grew up sailing sloop Es. When the wind really blew, it was hard to hang on.

Pandabonium said...

E gad.

Doc Häagen-Dazs said...

The E-33 is the new E Yacht.

Pandabonium said...

Looks like a good design for vowel weather, Doc.

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