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... Once the snow hits the ground, it will not be melting any time soon.
There were a bunch of kitschy little shops. Lots of homemade baked goods and hand carved items. One shop owner had carved nitches out of the enormous snow bank, placed candles in the recesses creating luminaries. He was clearly very proud and excited that we loved it. This alone was worth missing the last of the ...
... for 1000 years.)
Whooper Swans were the photographic focus being the largest swan in the world carrying the rather arrogant species name Cygnus cygnus, which translates to swan of swans. We saw them flying out, flapping, swimming, sitting, sleeping, and singing karaoke. Ok, maybe not karaoke, but definitely these are very LOUD birds. They earned the name whooper. You can ...
... you get this awesome view of both the lake and the dormant volcano. Take a bunch of photos, sit in the cold breeze and dry your sweaty clothes and have lunch for a half hour. By the time you're done, you'll be dry and cold and ready to head back and tackle the hills again. I got back to the viewing platform an hour before my connecting bus was scheduled to arrive so I browsed the ubiquitous gift shop and did more picture taking of the lake. It was at this easiest part ...
... but that never happened. However, it was the right decision because the weather took a turn for the worse after that for about the next week and I probably wouldn't have been able to climb it at any point during that time either. So I found myself back at the same campground overlooking Wakkanai that I had left a few days before and, once again, that evening I was treated to another soaking rain storm. In the morning I left for Sapporo and, what I hoped was, drier ...
... dioramas; one of the city before the bomb and another of it after. It was utter devastation. The second floor area was a narrow (in comparison with the first floor) but long hallway that included descriptions of the aftermath, mostly about children and the orphans that were produced by the bombs, as many elementary school students had been sent out of the city a few weeks before to protect them, and some detailed models of a few buildings that had been destroyed by ...