Chocolate Drop Lodge

Address: 57745 Taku Ave, Homer, Alaska, 99603, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 57745 Taku Ave, Homer, is near K-Bay Air, Miller Landing, Emerald Air Service, Inc., and Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies.
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      Travel Blogs from Homer

      Cheating at Animal Photography

      A travel blog entry by kathrynmccormic on Sep 10, 2014

      42 photos

      ... like cheating but these animals are really big and dangerous. We got some great views of the animals.

      Back on the road we didn’t stop until hunger overtook us. We stopped at a diner in Cooper’s Landing and it was pretty ordinary. We should have held on a bit longer as there were much more interesting diners along a bit. Most things are closing down now so we have to grab food when we see them opened.

      I ...

      Rainy drive to Homer

      A travel blog entry by floridawaughs on May 30, 2014

      1 comment, 14 photos

      We woke up to a light rain this morning.

      After getting everything ready, we were off for breakfast at the Talkeetna Roadhouse. Chris and I have stayed overnite here on a couple of occasions. It is a taste of old Alaska but has also gotten more modern than it was the first time I was here in 1984. There is a menu now and choice of food!

      The overlook just as you get to Talkeetna is one of the best views of Mt McKinley. No luck ...

      Let me show you my Salty Dawg

      A travel blog entry by robsons on Aug 28, 2013

      13 photos

      ... members of the community of Homer. There's a large artist population here which generally means a few fruity people floating around!

      Thought about going to Sedovia on the other side of the bay but weather slightly ******, bit of cost involved and not that straight forward to get there either if you miss the scheduled ferry. Pretty sure it would look pretty similar to the boardwalk section on the spit anyway. Jeff disappointed as there are mountains and ...

      Of Halibut and Bears

      A travel blog entry by rodk on Aug 17, 2013

      6 comments, 71 photos

      ... hey bear” to advise any bears (of which there are many) of our presence. This business of constantly advertising our presence becomes an amusing but oft wearying part of our bushwalking in Alaska. The opposite of Australian practice where one walks silently so one might actually see something, we hypothesise that the selection for noisy pioneering Americans (who thus avoided death by bear) has become embedded into the American psyche and guides, for ...

      A most spectacular day

      A travel blog entry by 2bestfriends on Jun 23, 2013

      2 comments, 10 photos

      ... want to sprint your way through the woods. Amen for bear bells.

      We quickly made our way down to the beach to meet the boat in Halibut Cove. There were some old footings deeply embedded in the beach which we later learned were all that was left of a herring canning operation from the early 19th century. It was later shut down because the methods used to process the abundant herring ultimately polluted the water and pushed down ...