Lost In Transit

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Winter came.

It started with a chill in the air, and then suddenly, it seemed the trees had shed their multicolored cloaks and stood naked under blue skies and a bright, cold sun.

The crows, as usual, didn’t seem to mind the cold. There was much to glean from the empty rice fields…

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Master Inventor and AI Architect. Grew up in Japan, World Traveler. Former Navy Linguist. Interests include Music, Writing, Tech, Travel, and a Better World.

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