Grand Sanpia Hachinohe
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I had hope to get one more mountain top hike in before the winter snows arrived, but the higher I got, the wetter the conditions. I was surprised to see that they had already had to plow Route 103. This route will close in the next few weeks and will not reopen until they plow it in later March. The road will be buried under 10-20 feet ...
... except tour buses...>>I assume the Japanese are using their version of "The Farmer's Almanac" to figure out which week will have the best colors
For this trip, it was more about stretching my legs without punishing my knees (which are killing me because of all the sitting). I covered just over 5 miles (2.5 each way). The gorge ...
... br> And just in case you are thinking that all I did was BBQ and eat, I did go for a walk after filling up on all the good food. Some folks from our group took a ride to the top of the ski runs on the gondola, but for me, the skies weren't really clear enough to make the view worth it. Instead, I hiked around the resort a bit. ...and it was just enough to prepare me for a nap on the bus ride home :o)
... where houses once stood, but had been since swept away by Mother Nature. Sometimes she can be so mean.
On Monday, September 17, we went to a beautiful waterfall which was quite low due to the time of year. We then went on a nature walk through the forest that took us past more amazing waterfalls and bridges. From there we drove to a most scenic blue lake. The lakes in Colorado are mere puddles compared to this lake. We drove around to see more of it and ...
... layer, unfrosted 8" cake. We also would frost it for another 100 Yen ($1.30). We also had sodas, water & chips. All the cakes were baked by squadron members. We sold a total of 500 cakes. .....of which, I baked 20. ........I don't think I'll be baking any cakes for a LONG while! Ugh!
Even though it rained ...
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