Crane'S Rest B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... lasted four minutes and 38 seconds with a moment magnitude of 9.2. The resulting tsunami killed many trees because of salt water rushing into the uprooted roots of the trees. Forest of dead trees are still visible from the road on the way to Homer.
While there are a lot of tourist and parking was a challenge on the Spit, we enjoyed our time in this small town with unbelievable beautiful scenery.
... gallery, the horses, the restaurant, and the Danny J - had a pretty high opinion of the value of her work, I think. I read somewhere that there are a disproportionate number of artists in little Homer. The saying here is that "if you're going to starve, you might as well be an artist." The second gallery was even smaller, but I liked the artwork more. The door was open, the lights were on, but there was no gallery keeper. Instead, on the wall ...
... reindeer sausage burger, we headed off. It was about this time that the weather turned and began to rain. Not heavy rain just a light mist and some wind. This weather was to haunt us for the next few days in Homer. On arrival on the outskirts of Homer we found our accomodation at the 'Alaskan Suites' Wow. This place was stunning and just as Loretta and I had researched. Sitting atop a huge cliff with 180 degree views of ocean, mountains and snow were these 5 log cabins. ...
... her husband and see the accommodations that they had rented. As if I would ever be back? But what the heck we took the tour anyway.
Like many towns, it has some very marginal areas and some nice. Appears here that the locals for the most part are in the former category and the latter are wealthy property owners from out of the area that just have summer homes or rentals. The nicer areas of the town are along the stream ...
... onto Cook inlet is a continuous bluff, dropping to a pebble beach and the cold gray surf. Fishing dominates the town, with maybe 30 boats docked in the little harbor. Tourism is also important -- and we did our best to keep it that way with our visit to the only gift shop we could find.
After a long visit to the Sea Life Center in Seward, set up with funds from the Exxon Valdez oil spill, ...