ゆるキャン△ Vol. 6 🏕

I don’t there’s any flame involved - should be using a catalytic converter.

honestly, if it’s made well I bet it’s probably safer than a lithium battery…(not like those explode in peoples faces or anything :sweat_drops: )

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There’s no flame involved per se, but they do glow red where the reaction is occurring (kind of like glowing embers in a campfire). I’ve heard people say that it won’t light paper on fire even if you put it directly where the reaction is, but i’ve never tried myself.

Those things get hot enough that you may burn your hand if you hold it without the cover cloth, but it goes against most of my instincts to put what looks a flame inside a bag that seems flammable.

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it’s funny how skewed our sense of risk is towards things that “look” dangerous, or that we don’t handle daily…

The Chikuwa scene on p. 76-77 gave me a good laugh, omg :joy:

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some high level sales tactics on page 73…that shop assistant deserves a payrise

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32 - 雪国の鍋と山中湖

Start date: March 13th

  • I’m reading along :books:
  • I’m taking my time :camping:
  • I’m dropping out :no_good_man: :no_good_woman:

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This week’s chapter is the second half of episode five.


The girls start at Yamanakako Onsen. They then walk to Ogino Supermarket, about eight hundred metres away - it’s got a Seria adjacent, so I guess we now have confirmation of what “Serori” is in this universe.

The Hammock Cafe that Ena mentions on page 97 is here. The website linked on Google doesn’t make it entirely clear when it closes for the winter, but does note that it reopens on the 20th of March, which is coincidentally only a week away.

The Hiranu Unsen that the foreigner guy on the bus asks directions to is presumably this one, but as we never see it on-screen, I couldn’t say for certain. The tourist bus does stop right in the onsen’s car park, though.

Last but not least, they camp at Misaki Camping Ground. The bus stops just ouside the entrance, which is nice and convenient.


Proper nouns

Page 85:
桔梗信玄=ききょうしんげん

Page 88:
信長=のぶなが

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:sparkles: 鍋しこちゃん :sparkles:

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It looks like commenting is really dying down :sweat_smile:
(I guess I’m not helping… especially since I haven’t start the current volume but at least I own it)

33 - 大問々岬の冬

Start date: March 20th

  • I’m reading along :books:
  • I’m taking my time :camping:
  • I’m dropping out :no_good_man: :no_good_woman:

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Well, now that you’ve said that, I actually don’t have much to comment on this chapter. They don’t particularly go anywhere new.

Though, my ground chair’s instructions are printed on the underside of the seat rather than on the bag…

Edit: On closer inspection, same with the chair in the anime. They tweaked it from the manga.

Also, this week’s chapter is the first half of anime episode six. :slightly_smiling_face:

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I’m still struggling away with the lack of furigana (it is the only manga I’ve ever attempted without those little darlings), but I’m determined to do my best to keep up.

I’d really like to see more character interaction/development and fewer infomercials for campgrounds and camping goods, but we can’t have everything in life.

Now I sound all whiny… I really am enjoying the series :grimacing:

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I don’t know what to comment on…@Redglare summed up everything I wanted to say about last weeks, and I haven’t read this week yet. it’s just a comfy series where not a lot happens :sweat_smile:

I guess that’s part of the problem with the bookclub picks tending to be slice of life. once the setting and characters are established there’s just not that much to say

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I’ve also fallen behind a good amount (admittedly because I’ve probably taken on too many bookclubs). I think I can technically handle the workload, but after a couple abnormally busy weeks catching up with all my books and SRS has been a nightmare.

Considering half the club members are in the “I’m taking my time” category, might it make sense to take a few weeks off after this volume (at least until コンビニ ends perhaps)?

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Half the club members have taken the “laid-back” part of the title too much to heart.

The girls in this series might be laid-back, but they still get things done. :stuck_out_tongue:

(Mind you, it is true that I may have picked up too many novel-type book clubs at once, but they interfere with each other more than they do with my manga reading.)

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I’m also in the “juggling too much stuff” category haha. I fell behind on コンビニ人間 so I’ve been playing catchup on that, and my WK reviews are killing me.

I swear I didn’t forget about the girls orz

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I’m currently on a quest to reach 100 活字 (so, not manga) books over a 365 days sliding window. That is, I am currently racing myself from one year ago. I’m currently at 96 books, but past self isn’t cutting me any slack.
This is all @Kumirei’s fault.

Edit: I meant to say that manga are getting on the back-burner for now.

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100 books! You’re living the dream!

I am yet to unlock the novel-reading achievement. I’ve tried on quite a few occasions but never seem to finish them. Need to stop getting caught up in every (ooh! shiny!) book club that comes along and stick with the ones I’m already in.

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I’m not sure why it is my fault, but I take full responsibility

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You tempted me.

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Ah yes, I did do that

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