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... couldn't keep it down.
Our first fishing stop was so bouncy that few of us left the cabin…just trying to keep our breakfast and seasick pills down. Two halibut were caught but the captain wisely decided to move someplace less wavy.
About this time, with the rain and the waves, we thought that this halibut fishing was a very bad decision and almost all would have foregone the expense and gone to ...
... 8th Sept
My first act on waking was to get out the binoculars as it was a glorious day, and to my delight the first thing I saw was a small raft of sea otters. (I love watching those creatures, and had tried hard to find a fridge magnet to commemorate my sightings but couldn’t find one anywhere, sadly).
The tide was out so we walked down the cliff path onto the beach to do a spot of beachcombing. The sky was ...
... we went over to visit some 15 day old puppies and have a cuddle. This was my favourite part, and not just because my puppy didn't wee on me! They were so little and cute, and the Mum dog Georgia was good letting us all hold her pups. She was looking at us with big soulful eyes that said "Ooi, I am watching you ok"!
After cuddle time we were shown all the different gear used in mushing: the dog booties, coats, willy warmers (dog merkins), ...
... them that they didn't have our weather here in Homer. They can each catch 2 halibut and then they are done. All twenty caught there limit by 10:00 a.m.! The Captain said it was the fastest ever! They hung around out there and got back at around 2:00 p.m. - we each got to take home 16 pounds of Halibut. We had our first tonight.
Tomorrow we are off to Anchorage for three nights.
... knew the outfitter we planned to use on Sunday and gave us tips on times and where to meet them. We definitely felt taken care of and that was appreciated.
Next thing we did was explore the Homer Spit. This is an interesting part of town that extends about 5 miles into the Kachemak Bay, and not only has a lot of tourist destinations there, but many guide services, restaurants and fish processing areas. We got to see where ...