Bay Avenue Bed and Breakfast

1393 Bay Avenue , Homer, Alaska, 99603-7941, United States | B&B
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    Travel Blogs from Homer

    Kayaks, Yurts and Gourmet Food

    A travel blog entry by lizdavid on Jul 18, 2014

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    ... are mainly day hikers or campers with tents but scattered around are a few 'yurts'' so that 'softies' like David and I do not have to sleep in tents. There was only one yurt in this area so the rest of our group were setting up tents while we explored our yurt close by. Yurts were traditionally used by Mongolian nomads in the Steppes of Central Asia but are now built by craftsmen ...

    Bays & Mountains

    A travel blog entry by blackpoolbelle on Sep 07, 2013

    40 photos

    ... towards the viewpoint over the Kenai River. Alaska was owned and settled by Russia in the 1700s, and not sold to the US until 1869. The Russian Orthodox church still thrives in parts of Alaska, many of them on the Kenai peninsula. Sadly the volcanoes across the inlet were not visible (low cloud again) so we went south via the Kalifornsky Beach Rd, showing us a very different sort of scenery then we’d previously seen, with low-lying ...

    How far can Homer spit?

    A travel blog entry by robsons on Aug 27, 2013

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    ... br>
    Apparently Huskies are actually too big a dog, they're slower and they don't have that "love to run" attitude that a good sled dog needs. All the other sled dogs we saw today looked like mutts. All very lean too but they get looked after well.

    By the way, 150 dogs in one location ... it don't smell like your Nanna's apple pie but was pretty clean considering! Anyway, we went and sat in the "sled" and the dogs were going ...

    Good Friday 1964, 1989....

    A travel blog entry by bdsaly on Jul 17, 2013

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    Good Friday, two days before Easter is likely not a day looked forward to by residents of the Kenai Peninsula. For it was on that day in 1964 that the largest earthquake ever recorded in N. America and the second largest recorded anywhere (9.2 on the Richter scale) hit the region. As mentioned in an earlier blog posting, Alaska's main industrial port, Seward was devastated to be reborn as a tourist centre. The lower peninsula’s main ...

    Our 16th stop – Homer, AK.

    A travel blog entry by socks on Aug 06, 2012

    24 photos

    Population in Homer is 4,155. It is located on the southwest side of the Kenai Peninsula; the north shore of Kachemak Bay; and the east side of the mouth of Cook Inlet. Thousands of tourists visit every year for Homer's picturesque setting, mild climate and great ...