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Hot Springer Ken
A hot springs enthusiast born in Japan; based in Texas, U.S. Follow me on Instagram or Twitter for updates!
Preconceptions can be tricky. I have passed by this unusual spring many times, but it took me four years to realize that I could soak there.
I heard that there was a lake that bubbles up like soap with its rich mineral content. So, I rushed to the State of Washington.
Montecito, California, where Prince Harry and Meghan have their mansion. Did you know there is a hot spring near the upscale residential area?
I visited South Dakota, relying only on the city's name, Hot Springs, which are scattered all over the United States. It is the State with the rocky mountain on which the faces of presidents have been carved.
This blog has been introducing the wonders of Thermopolis, Wyoming. Why don't you visit this lesser-known spot of the town?
Depression and hot springs... Some hot springs have a history of being developed to overcome unemployment after the Great Depression.
This is one of the least known hot springs introduced in this blog. It is located deep in the mountains, dotted with abandoned mines.
As the name suggests, this hot spring is located on a hill. Due to its location, it has an outstanding spectacle compared to other hot tubs in the area.
It is an RV park on the shores of Hot Lake, known for its hot springs that gush out from the bottom of the lake. You need to stay in a yurt to realize the true value of this facility.
If you are planning a day trip to Pagosa Springs, Colorado, this is one of the great places to soak in the Victorian atmosphere. It is a cozy facility built in the tranquil downtown.