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... antique bikes.
Many of the parade items were from the base including each of the 0-6 (Colonels) in their staff trucks handing out candy, 50 Sailors in service dress (winter blues) carrying the 50 state flags, EOD command vehicle, CE bulldozer, dump truck and of course a snowplow! The city of Misawa also contributes - school band, various ...
... a large bowl of curry ramon which really warmed me up from the inside. ...and I REALLY needed that! Br-r-r-r!!
After lunch I made quite a few more short runs - with a few breaks to rewarm. By the time we were ready to head home, I was beat! I will sleep well tonight!
....another great day in Japan!
... paddling today, but also was able to see where we paddles last year.
As you can see, the lake is beautiful! And while it was a bit windy at the overlook, the water was very calm. Lake Towada is a volcanic crater lake created thousands of years ago and still fed by some thermal springs, but mostly filled by all the snow that falls in this area ...
... mache from the poles. Food, drink and games of chance will be offered along the streets. While there are a few activities and entertainment that take place during the weekend, the main activity is just walking the streets of the festival ...
... a hill right on the Pacific coast at the far south end of the Hachinohe dock area. On top of the hill is a Shinto shrine with a Torii Gate entrance at the bottom of the hill. I'm not sure what attracts all the seagulls, but they are everywhere. And this time of year, most are sitting on nests - either with an egg or two or small chicks in them. While the birds are ...