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well i have been a good boy this weekend no alcohal, but i still had lots of fun. india and i went to a pottery museum in Sato wich is like the birthplace of pottery in japan. i think that pottery has been being made there for thousands of years. from what i could tell they had pots there from 7,000 b.c. but maybe i am reading somthing wrong. any way i put up some pics of our favorit pots. their were so many and we couldt take pictures of all of them because i dont think we were suposed to take pictures, but we snuck some in.

also we were able to make some pottery our selvs. the museum even had electric wheels to use which i have not usede for at least five years. it was just like riding a bike though. i made three pots but the first one didnt make it. it was only like ten dollars each for two hours. well worth it if you ask me. india ma a pot that looked like a brick house. it was very creative.

i also went to the toyota museum wich didnt have very many toyotas in it. india didnt get to go because i went on saturday and she was at work. the weather was just too good to pass up. it was probly 75 degrees.

indias favorite
the toyota museum was ten dollars to get in and i dont think it was worth it. it was fun but i really like cars so if you are some one who likes cars then maybe. it seems a little steep though.

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indias favorite
indias favorite
some pots i threw on the wheel
some pots i threw on the wheel
my favorite
my favorite
this was popular in 1898
this was popular in 1898
makeing a handel
makeing a handel
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