Tokyo/Ojiya/Hiroshima/Isawa Bound PSKoi Winter 2020

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Re: Tokyo/Ojiya/Hiroshima/Isawa Bound PSKoi Winter 2020

Postby KurtG » February 14th, 2020, 6:04 pm

yes, thanks for all the photos and the tosai. Have a safe trip home.

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Re: Tokyo/Ojiya/Hiroshima/Isawa Bound PSKoi Winter 2020

Postby JDWood » February 14th, 2020, 6:24 pm

Lesa Rae is ecstatic that you will not be posting any more pictures!

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Re: Tokyo/Ojiya/Hiroshima/Isawa Bound PSKoi Winter 2020

Postby Russell Peters » February 14th, 2020, 11:13 pm

KurtG wrote:yes, thanks for all the photos and the tosai. Have a safe trip home.



Thank you Kurt.
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Postby Russell Peters » February 14th, 2020, 11:14 pm

JDWood wrote:Lesa Rae is ecstatic that you will not be posting any more pictures!



Funny you should mention that. Your wife isn’t the only one and a few people asked when I could stop because they didn’t have the strength to resist.
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Re: Tokyo/Ojiya/Hiroshima/Isawa Bound PSKoi Winter 2020

Postby KurtG » February 15th, 2020, 1:19 am

Russell Peters wrote:

Funny you should mention that. Your wife isn’t the only one and a few people asked when I could stop because they didn’t have the strength to resist.


I couldn't resist Sekiguchi showa #26. I didn't even have a showa on my list, but I am glad looking back as it will be an interesting one to watch. Already thinking about something with pink beni next so I can watch that up close.

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Re: Tokyo/Ojiya/Hiroshima/Isawa Bound PSKoi Winter 2020

Postby JDWood » February 15th, 2020, 3:01 am

Russell Peters wrote:
JDWood wrote:Lesa Rae is ecstatic that you will not be posting any more pictures!



Funny you should mention that. Your wife isn’t the only one and a few people asked when I could stop because they didn’t have the strength to resist.

It has been an exceptional year from my perspective. The skin quality on more than a few was stunning. There are a few that I cannot believe have not already been taken. I cannot wait to see them in person.

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Re: Tokyo/Ojiya/Hiroshima/Isawa Bound PSKoi Winter 2020

Postby Russell Peters » February 15th, 2020, 11:00 am

KurtG wrote:
Russell Peters wrote:

Funny you should mention that. Your wife isn’t the only one and a few people asked when I could stop because they didn’t have the strength to resist.


I couldn't resist Sekiguchi showa #26. I didn't even have a showa on my list, but I am glad looking back as it will be an interesting one to watch. Already thinking about something with pink beni next so I can watch that up close.


I was surprised that INC did not have much available for Sanke Tosai. Hopefully in April.
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Re: Tokyo/Ojiya/Hiroshima/Isawa Bound PSKoi Winter 2020

Postby Russell Peters » February 15th, 2020, 11:01 am

JDWood wrote:
Russell Peters wrote:
JDWood wrote:Lesa Rae is ecstatic that you will not be posting any more pictures!



Funny you should mention that. Your wife isn’t the only one and a few people asked when I could stop because they didn’t have the strength to resist.

It has been an exceptional year from my perspective. The skin quality on more than a few was stunning. There are a few that I cannot believe have not already been taken. I cannot wait to see them in person.


I am looking forward to getting these in and going to some Koi shows this year. I have many that I ordered that I did not photograph. Most of these Tosai are less expensive too.
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