Brigitte's Bavarian Bed and Breakfast
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... up the water bag nozzle when a group of kayakers paddled by. What timing when our usual company had been bald eagles flying over or curious sea otters and seals.
When our water taxis arrived to take us back to 'real life' we felt rather sad to leave this rugged Alaskan Wilderness.
Please note that some of the photos in this blog were taken by Tim Steinberg - marked TS. Thanks ...
... more glorious, and we were delighted to spot Mt Iliamna across the inlet – it looked totally bizarre as there was cloud in a big band at water level with the volcano showing above that as though it was floating in the sky.
With my desire to be highest/lowest/furthest etc we drove to Anchor Point via the Old Sterling Highway & were delighted to see a moose was waiting to cross it. We parked at the point & took a ...
... time together and share some laughs, to take a break from our daily routines, and to recharge our batteries. I think these trips really give Dad something special to look forward to each year. Every year he says it will likely be his last trip (why, I haven't figured out yet), but every year (usually in the fall) he calls me and tells me to start planning the next adventure.
This year, ...
... them but not so many co ops as u would expect from a fishing town. Not like home. We eventually located one co op which suggested in their advertising that they offered fresh halibut. On enquiring we were informed that the fisherman were still out and there had been no fresh halibut for a few days. They did offer some frozen-fresh halibut from 2-3days ago but after seeing the price we decided that perhaps our idea of bbq halibut for dinner ...
Homer is a neat little town that has a "spit". It is the longest spit with a road on it in the world. A spit is a long land form that extends into a body of water. There are lots of local shops and eateries-no McDondalds!
I am enclosing a couple pictures from the RV park. This is what we are looking ...