Good Karma Inn
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... beautiful and the water is full of colourful starfish at low tide.
This time the yurt was a short walk away up a steep hill through a forest full of ferns, mosses and lichens; the hike was worth it in itself and we also had wonderful views once at the top. The main camp was on the beach and the hike was not so welcome if we forgot anything which, at our age ,we are prone ...
... end of the land out on the spit). Albeit there were only about 3 non-fish dishes on the menu (awesome ...), my beet, goats cheese and warm chicken salad was delicious so no complaints from me.
Julia and Jeff both had Halibut with an artichoke , crab & parmesan cheese crust which they said was beautiful also. Win win!
Ok, so fed we headed for the entertainment portion of the night and stopped by the Salty Dawg Saloon for a couple of drinks. ...
... off the plane, and we travel across the tundra and some mud along the way so it was easier than getting your feet wet and cold.
Where we land is part of the Katmai National Park across from Kodiak Island. We see the start of the Aleutian Mountain Range as we go. And, even a couple of volcanoes one of which is still steaming. We land on a small lake and walk about 15 minutes to our first bear viewing site as we see two and ...
... where the tide comes in as a fast wall of water, known as a bore tide. Monday is the highest tide of the year and unfortunately we will miss it, since it is about a 180 mile drive from here, over slow 2 lane roads. Bummer. When we went by, the tide was on the way out and there were huge mud flats, some of which are quicksand. There are warnings not to go out on the mud flats because you could get caught in the quicksand and not escape ...
... to the Homer Spit, well known for the fishing boats, restaurants and gift shops. It is also know for the "Salty Dawg Saloon" made famous by the "Time Bandit" crew on Deadliest Catch. We had to stop in for a beer. There are dollar bills with writhing on them all over the place and a bunch of bumper stickers. My favorite seems to describe Homer....A Quaint Drinking Town with a Fishing Problem. ...