Crane'S Rest B&B
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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We continue down the Sterling Highway to the end of the Kenai Peninsula to stay at Homer, a popular tourist destination. Jutting out for miles from Homer's shore is the Homer Spit. Homer Spit is a long narrow bar of glacier gravel that extends into the ocean like a finger pointing. The Spit is the center of activity for the town. It is a major dock facility with the US Coast Guard, ferry service and ...
Another beautiful day out on the Homer spit. Since yesterday was basically two lovely meals separated by some beach, our plan was to do something "cultural" today. Had two galleries and a museum on the list. Made it to the two small galleries, then the call of halibut and chowder lured us back to a window table on the spit. After lunch we had to find the place that sells and packs up fresh frozen fish to fly home with you, and make a quick ...
... as many pinks as you can catch. My first catch was a king salmon. I thought as I was reeling it in I must have hooked 100 pound fish. Well not exactly more like 28 but it sure felt like 100 pounds to me. :) So I managed to get the fish up and in the boat. I cast my line again and whala another fish and who would have guessed another king salmon and again I thought must be the largest fish ever. Not really another king salmon another 25 pounds. ...
... years back. In his spare time he is a tax consultant but he loves to BBQ. We learned everything about pigs that you really want to know related to making good BBQ. We even sat with them for lunch at the Tidal Pool Café and had delicious fish and chips made with fresh salmon and halibut. We also talked about halibut fishing and he gave us some good pointers if we ever want to do it again, not.
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... the old boats and scared her half to death...you just never know!
Then off to the local Farmer’s Market to pick up a few things...fresh farm eggs, lots of produce, bake goods and preserves. A busy little place for a Saturday morning. Then back out to the marina to pick up Norm from his morning on the boat. It was just shortly thereafter, along the sidewalk on the spit, we met Ida and Roy from Bethel, ...