This park had been run by Higashimokoto Village that merged with Memanbetsu Town. The merged municipalities was named Ozora Town.
After having lunch in BBQ restaurant TAMURA in Bihoro Town, we headed to the Moss Phlox Park in Ozora Town. The road went on and on to the east.
I could not imagine the total plan of this public work but due to the greenhouse effect and global warming, the precipitation might have increased and so called "Guerrilla Intensive Rainfall" occurs here and there even in Hokkaido nowadays.
This is the landscape from the southern hill of Kitami Hollow.
We headed to Bihoro Town to have lunch at a BBQ restaurant headquartered in the town.
I was so surprised at the change of the scenery. I had been concerned about the water emerging from the the ground near the Stone Garden.
After the heavy snowfall, the forest changed its countenances so much and we recognize the difference after the snow melted up.
It seemed that the trunk of the spruce was broken recently. I asked my aunt if she recognized any lightening these days or not but she did not. Strong winds ?
Neither she did.