this pic just dont work with anybody but a white girl...and damn she ant been out all winter lol
of pics..thanks for raisin my BP ##
This is a very sexy picture
ryo pops teacher spent some time in Hendersonville NC about 3 sai ago and am very much interest simply because the picture he bring home of this town up in the mountain in central north carolina was so very beautiful with the poplar trees growing over 100 feet tall! and many of them cover in kudzu. btw, flower of kudzu make the most delicious jelly you ever tasted neh. it very nihongi thing kudzu jelly. but was just very curious.
It is in Ashe county, that is in the upper left corner bordering Virginia and Tennessee. I have a little place on the New river, it is supposed to be the second oldest river in the world...........
live in NC ka New river is something ryo have never heard of before, but what you say about it being the second oldest river in the world is very very fascinate to ryo. sugoi! (word mean, oh wow!) also have you ever try kudzu jelly ka and ryo would agree about pretty leg of pretty lady, except cannot see rest of lady. leave much to imagination neh. ryo have thing about redhead girl neh. or girl with black hair too, well almost any girl neh. am 16. most likely this is hormone thing neh.
what is kudzu?
like my wifes how that happen? LOL
Never tried kudzu jelly, didn't even know you could make it. I don't think I have ever seen any up here, don't know if the elevation has anything to do with it or not
kudzu is a leafy green flowering parasitic plant that if it is not controlled by something natural that eats it or eats the roots or the flowers such as wasps and bees and other stinging critters like leaf cutter ants etc, it will grow out of control. it was introduced to North Carolina some sai ago. ryo not know exactly when and can't remember why either, but the natural things that control it do not live in North Carolina and so it is taking over the whole state from what was describe to ryo. it grow naturally and have naturally critter control in nihon. it makes very beautiful flowers that are golden and violet and some other colors too. the flowers can be cooked down with sugar and it make a very popular sweet treat in nihon. but in NC they look at this stuff, which can cover a 100 foot tall poplar and they point and swear at it according to the teacher of my pops. it is parasite so it will kill and choke out anything that grow under it. and have see picture many picture of these giant poplar tree that are just cover in the stuff. it not grow like this in nihon though. but you should try the jelly. it is good on stuff like peanut butter or almond butter and jelly sandwich and it good on stuff you would not think such as sherbet ice cream. the jelly is rich and golden and look like honey. a starch flour can be make from both the leafs and the roots. this is also use in nihongi cooking.
thanks there is no such plant like that here that i know of but, hey what can you expect when in Jan and Feb it can get 20 or 30 degrees below 0.
in almost any asian market that also carry nihongi food. should try it sometime. you be very much amaze at how good is kudzu jelly. ryo very grateful to you sir for your most very excellent friendship. ryo very humble and very honor that you take your valuable time and trouble and effort to even notice little ryo.
Your friend alway,
I did not know you can make jelly from kudzu. I know NC.,SC., and GA. all have kudzu growing in they states. I have been to all 3 states and the kudzu is every where.
thank you for the info very interesting. and I'm honored to be called your friend ,as youre a friend of mine.
you would refer to ryo as Ryo kun or LD kun. it is proper way for adult to address young teen boi. kun literally translate into honorable kid, in same way as san translate into honorable sir. you not have to do this, but it make ryo feel much more comfortable when talking on more or less equal terms if you not object to this presumption from ryo. you not just friend to ryo, but very special friend. you even laugh at ryo poor attempts at humor sometime d:-) <--- ryo in baseball cap.
thank you, I will. when I address friends or loved ones, I address them by their first names or nick names usually as a place of honor . example my sons name is Michael so I call him Mike