It was still too early to call it an autumn day, but was a beautiful sunny morning. Homemade sandwiches, and maritozzo from a local bakery.
Today, visited Otaru Country's old course, the oldest golf course in Hokkaido. It is the lowest elevation golf course in Hokkaido. It was a while since played golf last time, and glad it was sunny.
In the direction of Otaru, a ski course was seen on the slope of the mountain. Ishikari Bay is on the right.
A links course by the sea. "Links" originated in Scotland, the birthplace of golf. The word "links" originated in Scotland, where a unique mixture of soil and sand was used for golf courses, linking cultivated land with the coast. Links refers to a golf course along the ocean not touched by humans and has few trees to take advantage of the terrain. Most of the golf courses in Scotland are called links. This place was the links.
In the evening, took a drive to Mt. Moiwa. The view of the city of Sapporo and the Ishikari Bay area beyond. A wonderful view.
Mt. Daisetsu and Mt. Tokachi. A faint shadow of the mountains could be seen.
The Hidaka Mountains. It was less than an hour before sunset, but would wait until next time to see the night view, and headed home in the light.
On the way home, stopped by "Wine Shop Fujii".
Bought a Chateau La Faviere from the discount section. A Bordeaux blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, and Merlot.
With Tokachi beef hamburger steaks. Dinner at home continued in Covid.
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