November 15, 2004: Aso Heights
|I joined today in a meeting of FBSC (Family Budget Study Class) sponsored by Kumamoto Branch. The site was Kumamoto prefectural gymnasium .
In the morning, I drove in the mist and rain that disturbed my visibility. But it turned to a very good weather in the afternoon.
|On my way back to Oita, I took a route called Milk Road starting from Ohzu town. I found a wonderful stone built church and took a picture of it.|
|Clear blue sky and autumnal tints were very good.|
|Japanese pampas grass was dead and winter was already here.|
|Gently-sloping road and my favorite CD music made me happy.|
|The view from Kabutoiwa observation platform.|
|Cool wind blew up from Aso valley.|
|Karst heights boasts its landscape with full variety such as pasture, view points, and pampas field. I sometimes stopped the car to take the pictures.|
|Direct to Beppu and right to Kujyu. I turned right to go home.|
|Good bye the winter sun. Thank you for your good present of the bush in the red.
It was very good to enjoy early winter heights.