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... the view from the boat was spectacular. We arrived at Peterson's Station and started our tidal pool walk. When we left the stairs the water was out about twenty feet. We saw many animals on land and in the water. When we returned to the stairs we couldn't walk the beach because the tide changed. The water rose to the stairs so we had to walk on the rocks to get back to the stairs. We meet at the ...
... stones, probably unearthed by glaciers. AND one beautiful purple starfish. Didn't know if he was still viable, but couldn't leave and forget him. Walked back and flung him into the sea. May someone take a second chance on me someday. Would like to bring home some fresh fish. Mary and I checked out a couple of the multitude of halibut fishing charters here on the ...
is an artsy town at the bottom of the Kenai peninsula.
A small strip of glacier moraine extends beyond Homer called Homer Spit, which
was where we camped with a beautiful view of the water with the mountains and
glaciers across Kachemak Bay. Its the little white line on the map coming down from Homer.
Tide pooling is our favorite thing to do in Homer. With it extreme tides of 19 feet, the Bay
... Service personnel. They took our money and then issued each one a pair of waders (hip boots), and then loaded us into the Cessna 206’s for the one hour flight to Katmai. There was a couple in the plane with us from Belgium. The other plane had a family of four from Switzerland and one other passenger. Interesting how we have met nearly as many foreigners as Alaskans on this trip.
Australians are in the camper next to us now. ...
... us; as she handed the camera back to Donna it dropped on the ground. Luckily it's a tough little sucker and didn't break. The waitress was mortified. As we get back on the road, we immediately see a Dairy Queen and had to stop for some ice cream. With cold drinks and ice cream, you would think it's 100 degrees here....but nope, it's in the low 60's. We make it to Homer about 630 or 7pm. Head to the grocery store and grab a pizza for dinner so we can get up early tomorrow for ...