Cozy Cove Inn Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Homer Farmers Market this morning, lots of great produce. A visit to The Alaska Islands & Ocean Visitor Center, including a hike on the Beluga Slough Trail. Lunch at Captain Patties on the Homer Spit for oysters, shrimp & clam chowder, yummy! After lunch strolled along the shops & Harbor area, boat named Milo:) Saw a jelly fish also. Stocked up on lots of fresh fish, salmon scallops, shrimp and ...
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We were delighted to find 2 grizzlies playing in the lake, mock-biting and cuffing each other before swimming off while their friend watched them from the bank – the new bear enclosure/viewing house will be very impressive when it is finished. It is a great place to visit as you can get really close to the animals, and the refuge does such an important job of rescuing them. The gift shop is also one of the most ...
... holders). We enjoyed our time at the saloon, shooting some pool and sipping some local brews. After all this excitement we headed to the supermarket to prepare our bbq. What all american bbq meal could we have tonight? Smoky bbq ribs....yummo. We thought we could add some chicken shish kebabs but unfortunately Homer had run out of chicken....you heard me, run out of chicken. Doh! We substituted the chicken kebabs with italian sausages and ...
... it was in May, from Japan. Ever since the major cruises changed from 14 day to just 7 days, they have by passed Homer. This has hurt the businesses, now only the road travelers come in. There are lots of fishing vessels for the fisherman, and the ferry boats to the islands where there are no roads. There is a Russian Village across from us called Seldovia that is suppose to be very interesting. I've included a picture of Jake from this ...
... a lovely view of three active volcanos. And at the lookout, either poised on the branches or soaring overhead are eagles. We spotted two flying around - a brownish immature one and a full grown. Beautiful!
The ‘end-of-the-road’ town of Homer is the ‘Halibut Fishing Capital of Alaska’. Its eclectic mix of artists, fishermen and outdoor lovers make up the population of the town. It offers ...