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My Dad and Bryan woke up around 4:00 am since we went to sleep so
early, but I woke up around 6:30 am (slept for about 11 hours). We
promptly packed up our belongings and left the hostel to go rent a
car. It all unfolded without a hitch! We ate breakfast at what seemed
like a Japanese breakfast chain, which was very good. We hit the road
around 9:00 and headed for Asahikawa, with our ultimate destination
being Sounkyo Youth Hostel in ...
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... are growing at different rates, meaning that some are actively green, while others have dried out (brown) or others have been harvested. This gives the area a patchwork quality, which combined with gently rolling hills, gives the ground a very artistic look. Basically, everyone flocks here during the summer and fall to try their own hand at photography, riding bikes (sometimes electronically assisted bikes to get up the hills) all around the roads looking ...
... and so much more. It was amazing! One of the members of the group made a Costco run in Sapporo and brought back all of the goods.
We camped out in my car. Luckily, the back seats folded down for extra room but lying out straight was still impossible for me. Having to twist around the wheel wells all night made for a sore morning. Oh well, better than sleeping in the bush. Gotta love the ol' Subaru Legacy! ...
... started shutting down around 2:45pm even though we still have a good 2 hours of daylight after that.
After snowboarding we went into the tiny town of Nukabira. It is home to a couple of big hotels, some restaurants, and that's about it. I'm pretty sure it is abandoned in the summer time. We went for lunch at this little cabin-esk restaurant that reminded us all of like a grandparents house. It just had that kind of smell ...