Halcyon Heights B&B / Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... since tourist season is done. I saw one car go through the tunnel and turned around and went back through. They just paid money to say they went through the tunnel. Town only takes 15 minutes to drive around. It is very tiny that basically consists of a hotel and port. The tunnel goes one way at the top of the hour and other way at 30 past the hour. Traffic does not go both directions at the same time because it ...
... have just walked the beach looking for sea otters. I think I walked miles over the rocky beach. It was hard going as your ankles twisted every which way. I have got back to our van and there is one out in the sea and I can see it from our table. It is in the distance but when I was down on the beach were in the distance too.
We followed the same trek that I did yesterday so I could fill Jenny in on some of the dribble I learnt ...
After being waked up by a pocket dial from Brother Jim Compton at 6:27, we awoke again when Henry called on the walkie-talkie at 9:00. I cannot believe Ben slept in till 9:00!! Henry cooked pancakes, Tricia blended peach smoothies and I did bacon and we had a scrumptious breakfast. It had rained all night and was cloudy and raining as we left for Ninilchik , a small fishing town on the Kenai Peninsula. After a stop in Soldotna for gas and ...
... Seward. Mainly to avoid the road construction on the Sterling Highway.
It has been a great day, and we are beginning to get ready to close everything out and get ready for our turn in 3 days from now. Hard to believe we are coming to the end.
Another day of virtually no miles driven
Bald Eagles are very prominent here! Must be the fish!
I can now wear my new hat that says: “Homer Alaska…..Come for the ...
... foiled a second time by the shallow mud flats. From Alaska, Cook went on to his last supper with the native Hawaiians, while the frustrated Sailing Master, one William Bligh, later became synonymous with dramatic mutiny - first as Captain of the Bounty and later in the “Rum Rebellion” as Governor of New South Wales, Australia.
Today, mutiny is far from our minds - the sky is clear blue and bright sunlight reflects off the snow, capped peaks ...