Halcyon Heights B&B / Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
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... when the rule didn't exist, he shipped home 300 pounds of Halibut in his ten days.
We were out from 7 am to around 8 pm.
My fish dressed out to be around 22 pounds. Had some for dinner that night and the rest we left to be packaged and frozen, pick up next day and put in freezer on RV. ...
... Forrest hike. It was a two hour strenuous hike. I wasn't able to take my IPad so I didn't get any pictures. Let's just say, when I got back I was soaked to the bone and my hair was glued to my head. Not a pretty picture. The students talked about their hike and then worked on skits to show a place or thing they did on our trip. They all worked hard practicing and will share the skits after dinner. ...
... stones, probably unearthed by glaciers. AND one beautiful purple starfish. Didn't know if he was still viable, but couldn't leave and forget him. Walked back and flung him into the sea. May someone take a second chance on me someday. Would like to bring home some fresh fish. Mary and I checked out a couple of the multitude of halibut fishing charters here on the ...
... reindeer sausage burger, we headed off. It was about this time that the weather turned and began to rain. Not heavy rain just a light mist and some wind. This weather was to haunt us for the next few days in Homer. On arrival on the outskirts of Homer we found our accomodation at the 'Alaskan Suites' Wow. This place was stunning and just as Loretta and I had researched. Sitting atop a huge cliff with 180 degree views of ocean, mountains and snow were these 5 log cabins. ...
... br> Beautiful flight, smooth, the pilot diverted from the flight plan slightly to fly over one of the
volcanoes, Douglas, for close up shots. He did not have much to say on the
flight but would answer direct questions. We circled around the landing site
and he started pointing out several moving brown spots in the meadow. Discussed the landing approach with the other
pilot, made a sharp right turn, dropped his altitude, ...