Crane'S Rest B&B
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... first stop was the town of Girdwood. This town was destroyed by the earthquake of 1964. Someone donated a large parcel of land to the town so they moved it further into the valley. It is a big ski resort now, overshadowed by a huge glacier.
Further along the road there was a wildlife refuge where they look after orphaned animals. It was a great place to get some photos up close as they were used to people and were behind a fence. ...
... overnight ship it to me! So, hopefully, Chris and I will have a nice Alaskan Halibut dinner this coming Sunday!
After the canceled trip, I returned to our RV and made a nice breakfast. Then we just hung out waiting for the weather to clear up.
Late in the afternoon, we walked the Homer Spit and hit all the gift shops!
Saw a couple of Bald Eagles today and will include some of them in today’s ...
... two bear watching trips.
After dreaming of bear versus crocodile fights all night we awoke to find that high winds and big seas had cancelled our bear watching options for the day so we chose instead to keep our feet on the ground and take on the challenging Grace Ridge walk. A short but rough water taxi ride from Homer, the walk traverses some 14 km from sea level to 1000m and back down. It begins in dense temperate rainforest and rises steeply above ...
... said that they do come here. They were black as opposed to gray for the dolphins. I got some great pictures of old derelict boats. Homer has a very protected harbor...the boat in the TV show, The Deadliest Catch, calls Homer it's port. They are out at sea right now, won't be back until the end of September I was told.
It really rained last night with a heavy wind..some of the beach tent campers were ...
When we reached the Grewingk Lake and Glacier trailhead we exited the coastal terrain and entered an old growth forest, meaning that it was the oldest part of the area we were hiking because the glacier had receeded much longer ago than the terrain closest to it. Immediately as we began the hike through the dense forest we were attacked by the biggest mosquitos you have ever seen. Their bites felt like the shocking pinch of ...