Travel Blogs from Asahikawa
... Japanese tourist are around in masses; quite a spectacle by itself. We actually had to start booking our train journeys and accommodations in advance as we'd encountered too many places fully sold out (and the actual summer holidays haven't even started yet!).
Unfortunately our second day in Furano was a rainy one. Everybody assured us that this is really uncommon, but well, it didn't stop all day. We still tried to venture out but in the end had to retreat to dry indoors.
... always pleasing. Rain kept bothering us along the way. We had to look for cover at the Fuda farm. My dad's sneaker lost its sole and I lent him my sandal.
Besides looking at the flowers, what could we do? The hills at Furano and Mei look okay, countryside, natural view, refreshing if you work and dwell in big cities.
... in. You give me a Nitty Grit Dirt band song though, and I can whip up a two step like no ones business! So yes, the Cha Cha slide was interesting and the kids definitely were given the freedom to be creative with their dancing styles as the guy teaching had no frickin clue what he was doing either. The rest of the camp was followed by a trip to the zoo, snow rafting behind a Ski Doo, snowshoeing, speech writing, cross country skiing, cooking ...
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... refrigerate, preferably overnight
2. Pour the cold mixture into a jar and seal well
3. Shake like the dickens for 7-8 minutes until yellow pieces of fat fall out solution. You will see the mixture get sort of slushy and thick; continue for another minute or two and you get butter chunks
4. Pour butter and now buttermilk into a cheesecloth in a sieve. Wash with cold water until the draining water become clear
5. Transfer the butter to a wooden ...
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