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Old 08-05-2003, 10:38 PM   #1
Chocolateuke
Dojo: Muhu Dojo
Location: Middle of nowhere in California 14 miles from Buellton
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I started Training again after 1 year!

Well, my dojo closed the day I got my Shodan. Ever since we have been looking for a new place. Since we live in a really expensive area its been hard. So, we have started our classes on a park in Solvang! We started this a month ago, but I just got Surgery for my hearing and could not start. Anyways, it was hard, but fun! Being thrown on the grass is good, my gi has grass marks everywhere! I dont know when we will find a dojo, but if you are ever in Solvang on a Tuesday at 5:30Pm, meet us at the solvang park! Its on the main street so its easy to find!

Doing Kihon Dosa is harder on grass than on mat!

Dallas Adolphsen
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Old 08-05-2003, 11:47 PM   #2
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Dallas,

Congratulations on not giving up. I've practiced in a park many times when there was no dojo near. Don't give up.

Good to have you back.

Chuck Clark
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