Halcyon Heights B&B / Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
- Microwave in room
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... Kachemak Bay. Tim lives in Homer and is a professional photographer and experienced kayak expedition leader. That first evening Tim had arranged a salmon BBQ where we met our fellow kayakers; a group of 7 including Tim. We were a group of mixed ages and backgrounds but everyone got along well and retired looking forward to a great trip in interesting company.
In the morning ...
... and cool local place with thousands of dollar bills pinned on every available space. There's a story with the dollars - it originated from fishermen writing their names and pinning them up so they would always have a few dollars when they come back from fishing. Now days they clear them once a year and donate at least part of the haul to charity or a local project. Pretty cool, but anyway ... back to the real story. Literally within 30 seconds of sitting down at the ...
... cubs playing with each other about 30 yards from us. After we have our fill of them we move on to Moraine Lake where we sit for awhile and view the bears in the river. Next we move down a bit on a high bluff and watch more bears enjoying all the salmon in the river. The salmon are abundant and a brilliant red. The bears number about 12 along this stretch of the river - they are constantly on the move both in the water fishing (not a ...
... tide, which apparently has happened.
We ended up in Seward, where we took a Kenai Fjords National Park and glacier cruise, on Prince William Sound. Another fantastic day on the water, especially so since we all dosed up on Dramamine and ginger, as it was a little rough. We saw 3 Orca whales, who came straight towards our boat - they were amazing. They are a local pod that are individually identified, and the park ranger on ...
... At present we are doing our best to fit in with the locals...enjoying a beer with a Pork Roast on the BBQ. No real plans for the next few days. We will do our best to enjoy everything that Alaska has to offer during our last week here.
Good Night for Now....Our Love to all. To our Mariposa Friends, be safe and Thank You for everything.
Addendum: When this blog was ...