Blue Water Aviation Lodge

PO Box 1481, Homer, Alaska, 99603, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Homer

Halibutburger in paradise

A travel blog entry by zingerin


Beach, Homer, AK - perfect place to come down from our Alaskan mountain high. We've played hard. Today planning to tackle no harder questions than "Halibut or salmon?" "Wet shoes or dry?" "Pale ale or amber?" Long morning beach walk turned up not a glint of pale blue or green sea glass, but a handful of clam shells picked clean by sea birds, and millions of smooth black ...

Homer, The Kenai and combat fishing

A travel blog entry by avpadventure


... out and you have almost a mile of beach front at low tide. We did a
tide walk with a marine biologist and learned about all the glacial rocks and
creatures exposed along the beach. When the tide comes in we spotted sea otters
and a minke whale that we could watch from the front window of our camper.

The Kenai is an area that has two rivers that fill with both fishermen and bears
both looking to catch Salmon as ...


A travel blog entry by chuckschatter


... town and are very cutsie/artsie or whatever you want to call it. Interesting to go from one side of town that is commercial fisherman hard to make a living type community to the Cape Cod type environs. Was told that about half of population is native and the tribe has considerable land holdings in area as well as on other
side of Cook Inlet.

Caught the ferry back to Homer at 4:30pm. The ferry is very modern and ...

Lets blow this pop stand

A travel blog entry by nealinthailand


... nights for meditative purposes. crazy Buddhists. then again, look at some of the ideas and rituals that are being practiced at the church or mosque down the street from your house and you may see some pretty weird **** goin down. (here, eat the body of Christ and drink his I suppose normal is whatever weird and whacky custom you grew up with and was indoctrinated into.

I was in a damn fine mood last night as i walked up to ...

Kayaking the Kachemak

A travel blog entry by jim.coates


... 23 vertical feet -- about 1,000 horizontal feet. Most of us were novices at two person kayaking (except for the youth, who had done it on the Potomac) but it is not too hard, the boats are very forgiving, and the guide said she had only had one boat turn over in 5 years -- which gave us some courage. We spent the day circling two islands on the opposite side of the bay from Homer. It was amazing. We saw sea otters (really ...


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