We discovered the campgrounds in this part of our area will not be opened this year. DUH. We should have known that, we weren't thinking. Many of the towns up and down the coast are devastated. It was a joy to see Fudai and I'll write more about that later. We had too many adventures to make it back to Kuji in time to visit the Amber Museum.
We did find some great spots.
Kitayamazaki Promontory is spectacular - there are 3 or 4 trails to observation decks
And a nice spot for a picnic lunch. It is obvious this National Park is usually a bustling tourist attraction with stores and restaurants etc. Not so this year. It's a great spot to explore. I'll post directions when I get the geo-coordinates out of the Garmin.
I simply hoped THIS attraction would stay in the grass if we obeyed the signs and stayed on the path.
We drove on over to Kurosake Cape too.
We got home in time to run out to the base to watch the fireworks...but they'd been cancelled again. We didn't have time to check FB - and were on the NORTH OGAWARAKO - in others words in Tohoku City and didn't KNOW the fireworks were cancelled....Michael, Stacia, Nolan and myself enjoyed a peaceful dock at night.....while we waited.
Living all of life before the face of God...