Alaska Beach House
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- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Free airport shuttle
- Non-smoking rooms
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Homer is known as the "Halibut Capital of the World."
But what fascinated me most was the eagles were seemingly as abundant is sparrows in the lower 48. This abundance didn't come by accident.
Jean Keene, a woman that lived in a tiny trailer, was given permission at here workplace to gather surplus and freezer burned fish to feed a ...
... is seems to be much more populous than other areas of Alaska. The Homer spit is not the wilderness we expected. We paid $75 to camp at Heritage RV Park! Luckily it included internet and cable TV! We watched the silver salmon jump in the fishing hole, a manmade place, both in shape and in that fish are dropped here to return for spawning, but, since it is salt water, won't happen. ...
... larger was 34" long and probably 33 pounds. Hilary managed to get a cold so took the day off to putter on the beach and do some shopping.
The Frye's invited us to enjoy a dinner they had arranged for some of their family and friends. Larry cooked up the Halibut in a couple very tasty ways... delicious!
The morning was occupied with laundry and bills. They just never go away. The True Value Hardware was an amazing store with a little bit of everything including Hallmark Cards. We had a great pizza at Fat Olives for lunch and waited for the trip we had reserved from home. Halibut Cove is a former herring processing area from the 1930's. It is only reachable by boat and is about twenty miles across the bay from the Homer Spit. ...
... with two ugly eyes on the same side of the body. They come in all sizes – up to 200 lbs.
We found the location in semi darkness about as dark as it gets this time of year. Saw two Moose by the road, if they had jumped onto the road, it would have been impossible to stop, you simply can’t see them in this light until you are right on them.
Anyway, when everyone arrived we set off for the fishing. The most ...