Kim's Forest Bed and Breakfast
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... there. Incidentally, the outdoor areas were closed due to the high winds and fear of broken doors. The afternoon saw us hiking along the coast through wind-damaged forest (several trees down across the path and numerous branches broken off) with Cheryl as guide, to a salmon river, where we hoped to see a black bear, but in the event saw only a young bald eagle. The Coho salmon were falling ...
... humpback whales, orca whales and a black bear on the shore.Dinner was on Fox Island and we feasted on-salmon, salmon, and more salmon.
Wednesday we did the 10 am ranger hike to Exit Glacier, it was quite informative and an easy hike. Two miles round trip and only 100 feet of elevation change. There are signs marking the years where the glacier was at different points so you can see how it is receding.
... duck down jacket so that kept me warm. The scenery was again fantastic as we passed lakes, rivers and glaciers along the coast to Seward where we were to start out cruise later that evening.Our cruise tour to Kenai Fjords National Park was with Major Marine Tours and their bus was there to meet us for the transfer to the small boats dock. Sue & John had decided check onto the cruise ship and look around town. When we checked into the ...
... but ultimately decided that we wouldn't wait it out for good weather any longer. Camping here is also pricey so we opted out. While in Homer we did visit the Homer Brewery for a taste of some good Porter and we also ate at Starvin Marvin's Pizza for delicious pizza recommended by Graham. We walked around the old part of Homer and saw the historic Driftwood Inn on Bunnell St. which amazed me! (Only the Carter family will get that one.) We also saw the ...
... meet up with Graham and Merri again the following weekend for a hike in Seward. Driving along the Seward highway and the cook Inlet leaving Anchorage was very pretty. Stopped at Bird Point to look for Beluga Whales, but no luck. Onward to Whittier. To get to the port of Whittier and Prince William Sound you have to go through a two and a half mile tunnel that was blasted through a mountain in the 40s for trains to get to Whittier and much later combining use ...