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... grass while I parked the car under instruction. Jenny got some great shots. It makes up for the cheats ones in the animal park.
The RV Park is on the road into town so we checked in and checked out our site and then went for a drive into town before we hooked up. The town has a long spit where all the boats are moored. It is 4 1/2 miles long. At the end there are dozens of little shops, a few RV parks and lots of moorings ...
... Seward. Mainly to avoid the road construction on the Sterling Highway.
It has been a great day, and we are beginning to get ready to close everything out and get ready for our turn in 3 days from now. Hard to believe we are coming to the end.
Another day of virtually no miles driven
Bald Eagles are very prominent here! Must be the fish!
I can now wear my new hat that says: “Homer Alaska…..Come for the ...
... as recently as 2006 and is still active – a cloud of steam adorns its peak as we pass. The landscape is endless rugged peaks, steep valleys with fast running streams and lush green coastal flats formed by downstream deposition of gravels and silts.
It’s not far from here that the hapless Timothy Treadwell and his girlfriend were killed and eaten by Grizzlies. Treadwell, with something of a messianic save-the-bears streak, spent years ...
... said that they do come here. They were black as opposed to gray for the dolphins. I got some great pictures of old derelict boats. Homer has a very protected harbor...the boat in the TV show, The Deadliest Catch, calls Homer it's port. They are out at sea right now, won't be back until the end of September I was told.
It really rained last night with a heavy wind..some of the beach tent campers were ...
... the town was fairly packed for that little shin dig. No fireworks here in Alaska for the fourth because the *******n sun never goes down so what is the point of blowing a bunch of money on fireworks you will never see? People still barbecued and got drunk though so some of our traditions live on.
The wildlife is quite wild this year despite me not being outside all that much. Still have hundreds of sea otters off of the beach on the spit ...