Dormy Inn Kofu
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... photos). The ice that was there looked like blocks. Still, it was cool to be in a lava tube. After the ice cave, I decided I didn't need to check out the "Wind Cave" and the "Bat Cave" so I instead enjoyed a long, scenic bus ride around Lake Saiko and got off back around Lake
Kawaguchiko, near that big bridge separating the lake, as seen in one of the pictures. For a hoot, I decided to check out the one of the local museums that ...
... before reaching the town of Otsuki. Four trains down, one to go! But here we received bad news. Due to the wet weather, the busses from Kawaguchiko up to the start of the Yoshida trail on Mt. Fuji were cancelled today! That left us with no way to do our Fuji climb – at least not today. After looking at our options, we headed up the last leg to Kawaguchiko anyways, and took a hostel for the night. The rain tapered off and the skies began ...
... surface of the mountain looked surreal. Something out of a science fiction movie.
For the first 45 mins everything seemed to be well, than the rain came and boy it came!!!!! Within 20 mins, everything that wasn't covered by my so cool raincoat was completely wet. After one hour, everything was wet. water proofed or resistant just couldn't hold off the amounts of rain and wind we were exposed to.
As mentioned before the way down, ...
I hated waking Will up at 5:15 after weeks of training him to sleep in later. We'd already had a full weekend having the Savages over to dinner on Friday and a beach day on Saturday. He'd also gone to the monthly CDC Give Parents a Break Night so Mike and I could have a proper date. I knew he was exhausted, but the bus was leaving at 5:30 am this Sunday morning. Luckily once I was able to rouse him, there were no tears. He excitedly tried to climb into the hiking backpack ...
... Just meant we were waiting in the freezing cold, huddled together for 3 hours before the sun came up. When it did, we were relieved a) because we saw a beautiful sunrise and b) because it meant we could start moving again and get feeling back to our hands and feet. Descended down the other side of the mountain, the Gotemba trail, which included a long run of volcanic ash. The ground was so loose it was literally possible to run down one third of the mountain as your feet sank into the ...