Saturday, June 18, 2016


     Over Japanese doorways there may be a short, bifurcated cloth curtain, right at eye level. You've seen them in Japanese restaurants. Or there may be, built into the top of the doorway, a carved wooden scene which allows airflow through it. We had the latter. Skipper nailed ours to the doorway from the ladies' cabin into the main cabin (where the galley was, where Ted and Moto slept and where "the boys" as we called the Japanese crewmen, meaning no disrespect, ate their meals).

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