Kazuno Park Hotel
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Since Mike and I have not been through the kayak safety class, we were on sit-on-tops while Ron had the sit-in. ....Note to self: go to kayak safety class so you can enjoy the speed, maneuverability and "fun" of a sit-in kayak.
As you can see, we hadn't ...
... of money each year to deal with the environmental impacts of the mine.
Adding to the whole sense of the mine being a Ghost Town was the spooky fog that kept rolling in and out. I suppose it was really just the clouds, the mine is pretty high up in the mountains, but "Spooky Fog" fits so much better! :o)
After our spooky experience, it was off ...
... side of the road while I bumped into the snow wall on my side of the road. ....no damage!
Over all, it was a good trip - short, but EXCITING! The snow was coming down so hard at times and was so heavy, that I had to pull over (tough to find a spot) to clear the ice off the wiper blades. At times, when there was no place to pull over, ...
Back near the trailhead is a natural thermal hot springs Onsan (Japanese community hot bath). I didn't indulge this go, but definitely can see it in my future :o) We stopped at the Onsan/Hotel/restaurant for potty break.
It was also fun watching the workers shovel snow off the roof.
... trail wasn't as long as I probably would have hiked on my own, but when I got home and flopped down on the couch to watch some TV, I realized I pretty worn-out after all. Even though we didn't have to break trail, the warming temps left the snow really sticky adding extra weight to the snowshoes.
Hope you enjoy the pictures!