Katya’s new weapon not fired

In the morning, we went to Kiyosato no Mori to play tennis.  Maya-san was with us.  Katya was looking forward to trying her new racket.  It was rainy and foggy in the mountain.  No way.

We came down to Oka no Koen.  The rain got weaker, but the hard court was still too wet.

We drove further down to a private tennis court.  It was not rainy, but the clay courts were not available because of the rain till morning, while the indoor tennis court costs 6,300 yen per hour.  No way.

We made a telephone call to a tennis club we know of, and an indoor court cost 5,250 yen per hour.  Still far too expensive.

We moved to Shosenkyo Vally for a walk with Maya-san.  The leaves were not colored yet, but it was a good short walk.

On the way back home, we drop by Midoriga Oka Sports Park.  We were not allowed to use a clay court, either.

After coming home, we left Maya-san and dined at a Chinese restaurant, Bamiyan.

We got full.  We went to Tsutaya to rent DVDs.

It was a busy day, but Katya’s new racket was not tested.  She was very disappointed.  We will do it on Wednesday, which is a national holiday in Japan.

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