So Much Snow – Yonezawa Japan

25 01 2011

iReport — Bing from New England we are used to snow and have been expiring lot’s of it this season or at least we think we are.

Yesterday I arrived in Yonezawa Japan. Yonezawa is approximately 250 miles North West of Tokyo. When we got off the Tsubsa (the famous bullet train) we saw snow, so much snow.

Yonezawa as I understand it is in the older part of Japan. Some of the things this area of Japan is know for is the samurai village, Yonezawa beef and the hot springs.

From this video I recorded yesterday you can see snow and lots of it and how Yonezawa is using the hot springs to their advantage.

Being a hearty New Englander I can handle this. After all it’s only snow!

Bruce Garber




To see the video on my CNN iReport page click here: CNN iReport





Winter Snow Storm – Blizzard January 12, 2011

12 01 2011

January 12, 2011 we were hit with yet an other snow storm. The timing of this one was not to bad. People home from work. Snow came after midnight. Many stayed home from work to let road crews do their job.
It was a heavy wet snow that made for a pretty morning. This is what I woke up to..





Blizzard 2010

27 12 2010

Today here in New England was was the the aftermath of the Blizzard of 2010. Everyone was cleaning up what nature has left us over night. My son helped me do the same. This is a fun video to document the Blizzard of 2010.
“Nothing Runs Like A Deere”





Japanese snow lighs and drums

8 11 2009

Yonezawa Japan Snow and Light Festival This episode of Go The Distance TV we will visit the Yonezawa snow and light festival. Where will highlight a traditional drum band made up of school children where you will be amazed by the precision of their movements and beat of the drums. My friend Mari-san helps to explain the area and some of the food we enjoyed. We will also enjoy some more culture, people, customs and food. To See the complete video and sign our guest book. Please visit http://www.gothedistancetv.com. You will also find other interesting videos from Japan and even more… Enjoy the show!








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