Brigitte's Bavarian Bed and Breakfast
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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 ...
... the rain, it is beautiful!
We walked down the Homer Spit and I signed myself up for a half day trip tomorrow morning to fish for Halibut….They will clean it, filet it, fast freeze it, and overnite ship it to me! Nice! I hope I catch my limit!
So now I think I am caught up on this trip Blog.
Stats for today : Miles – 350
Wildlife Sightings - A cluster of 3 Moose….went by too fast to get a picture ...
... Found a place where you can pick your own raspberries, and for only $3.50 per pound! That's so super cheap it's ridiculous. Grabbed our containers and went off berry picking and grazing as we picked. Julia was a bit off the whole berry picking experience, "what I have to pick them myself? Pffffff".
Back into the town of Homer for a gander around the more authentic art gallerys. Should have started here instead of the spit boardwalk, nicer items and better ...
... been attached to their stick when it went. In any case I wasn’t volunteering to retrieve it. Ever vigilant the mother waited patiently on the bank with her cubs in paw reach. Satisfied there was no immediate threat she moved closer to the stream and in a few minutes had caught and inhaled a large fat salmon. It was one of only two salmon caught during our visit - girl power!.
Our flight home from Brooks Camp was a little dramatic as the ...
... pictures soon) as it looked like a huge elephant head with the trunk going into the water. We were able to go under the trunk to the other side. As we left this large rock near Yukon Island, we saw many different types of diving birds and two varieties of jellyfish. We continued to kayak around half of the island while exploring caves, and we even spied a mother bald eagle bring some food to its babies high up on a cliff above us - that was a ...