Chocolate Drop Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... countries and are still used as primary residences in North Alaska. Ours was locally built and very comfortable and cosy with a wood stove inside.
We spent an idyllic 3 days here kayaking and also hiking to Grewingk glacier lake.
One day we kayaked to nearby Halibut Cove which has a small settlement and a historic inn, 'The Saltry'. This can be reached ...
... at the Fireweed Gallery I bought a nice photo of fireweed in bloom with snow capped mountains in the background.
The blue forget-me-not is actually the state flower for Alaska, but for me it is the pink fireweed that we have seen everywhere! As the flowers bloom they moult whispy cotton-like strands which you see drifting through the sky when the wind blows. It's like summer Alaskan snow. So the story goes, when the last tufts of fireweed are gone, ...
... Alaskan weather turned and our warm blue sky became grey and a little scary. We bounced and bumped above a landscape of volcanic peaks and impossibly steep scree slopes. Occasionally, a milky blue glacial lake provided a welcome but fortunately unnecessary emergency landing space. A headwind across Kachemak Bay made for a long flight home but the famous Homer Spit and our landing place on Beluga Lake soon came into view. Dinner was halibut and fries and a celebratory ...
Overall, the day was wonderfully exhausting; it was full of new locations, smells, sounds and work! After our trip we enjoyed a delicious dinner at a small (Mermaid) cafe in Homer (currently #2 on Trip Advisor) and decided to get back to the BnB as we both had to work in the morning -- the market opens Alaska time at 5:30am. This was another truly a remarkable day on many levels and will be hard to top for years to come. ~ Tim & ...
... of Fire. This bay is surrounded by several Volcanoes many of which continue to have some activity.
After lunch we took a side trip to anchor point where Scott's fishing trips to the area previously have launched. It was really interesting to see them launch and trailer the boats using tractors, especially since it was low tide. I was also treated to several Bald Eagles waiting for ...