Are you still planning the meet?
Georgia! I was there back in 2008. And Grand Teton in 2013 - My parents really like the national parks of the US, so they've brought me and my sister to various states over the years. What would you like to see in Canada? I really like Vancouver. It looks like a futuristic city to me.
Ugh tell me about it but you know what really grinds my gears as soon as you come home from work you be exhausted or it be too late to even have a *ME TIME* to do anything except lay in bed an watch normie t.v. until tomorrow your going back to work. I watch about up to 3 or 4 a day especially if my fav shows come out.
Wow i found a shiny otaku...now i need a master ball...tobad i used it on that pidgy
I used my free trial of Amazon Prime to binge it. They actually have a pretty decent list of anime to watch.
Yeah they both are adorable the babysitters show has the cutest and admirable babies and the Miira no kaikata has the cutest and helpful creatures. Its worth watching
So, I love Made in Abyss mostly because fantasy is one of my favorite genres, and I play a lot of D&D. It nails the mysteries of exploring an alien environment with wonderful and horrendous encounters that makes me inspired to come up a Homebrew system for D&D based in its world. I would highly recommend it even if you have a sliver of interest in fantasy. (Side note: The main two characters are adorable, but it can be a bit...awkward. There are moments I asked, "Why did they have to put this scene in?" haha.)
I'm currently watching MY Hero, and Outlaw star (classic)
I feel the exact same way! I must persist and remain patient, however, as I don't want to spoil the upcoming season by reading the manga.
About national parks, Denmark is very small so practically, I live pretty close to some of them. Denmark is incredibly flat, with the tallest point being approximately 170 meters above the sea level. The national parks of Denmark is mostly forests and sandy beaches due to this.
I must admit, I much prefer the parks of the US, such as Bryce canyon in Utah!