Cozy Cove Inn Bed and Breakfast
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... up, I jumped in the motorhome hoping he would go on by. Instead a car coming up the road chased him back the other way. So grabbing my camera I got a few shots. After repeated attempts to cross the road, cars finally stopped for him and he ran across the street and behind the building.
After lunch, we drove on down the spit and looked in a couple of shops, snapped a picture of the Salty Dawg Saloon ...
... couldn't keep it down.
Our first fishing stop was so bouncy that few of us left the cabin…just trying to keep our breakfast and seasick pills down. Two halibut were caught but the captain wisely decided to move someplace less wavy.
About this time, with the rain and the waves, we thought that this halibut fishing was a very bad decision and almost all would have foregone the expense and gone to ...
On towards Homer, the end of the road and our destination for the next few days. Homer is on the southern tip of the Kenai Peninsula and has a spit: a 4.5-mile long piece of land jutting out into Kachemak Bay. The Spit features the longest road into ocean waters in the entire world, taking up 10–15 minutes to drive, and also the Salty Dawg Saloon, which is constructed out of several historic buildings.
... possibly from Jeff's bad joke ... ).
During our walk we saw a cute little Ermine bounding around the rocks. It didn't seem to be looking for food, just seemed to be having fun. Wrote it down on the "animals spotted today" board at the visitors centre and noticed that 2hrs prior a black bear has been seen at the same spot! Eeek! Definitely not unhappy that we didn't cross trails with a bear today!
Up at the glacier edge a film ...
SATURDAY, AUGUST 10TH Bear viewing. We leave Beluga Lake here in Homer for the hour flight across the Cook Inlet. Along the way we pass Cape Douglas, a group of volcanic mountains which protrude into the mouth of the Cook Inlet. This is called Shelikof Strait which is between Kodiak Island and the mainland.
We get a briefing from our pilot and are each given a pair of waders to wear though out our day. We have to be in the ...