Maria's Majestic View Bed & Breakfast
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... of 29". Finally settled for a 30" on my last one. We really got some nice fillets. Did mention it was really rough out there, it felt like being on the deadlyest catch. The "Time Bandit" was in port near us. Jan went shopping.
8/30 Did a leisurely get up this morning and went out and about Homer, AK. We did a skyline ...
Wednesday, August 13th, - Anchorage to Homer, AK – Day 37 of Caravan.
We awoke to a rainy morning for a 226 mile traveling day. This was one of the most beautiful drives along Cooks Outlet and down the coast to Homer. Along the roadway, we were caught off guard when we spotted what turned out to be a pod of Beluga whales cruising in the nearby waters.
Lunch was determined by where we could park ...
... While at the Pond Josh lands a small King Salmon, small or not it was a keeper. I turned 2 fish but have had a heck of a time getting them in. Chris showed up for a little bit towards the end of the tide coming in and he landed a beauty. That one is ...
... for its burgers, then have a burger!
Off to something more refined, we headed back to the mainland to visit Bear Creek Winery and sample some of their fruit wines. A couple of nice ones. I liked the peach and apricot but you wouldn't want to drink a whole glass of any of them really. Nice outlook over the bay here and as it had cleared up a bit we could see those glaciers Jeff is pining for. Also humongous big bummed bumble bees buzzing around the garden. ...
... from the boats. There was also a very large brown bird that we saw and later realized (with the help of a good telephoto lens) was a young Bald Eagle. We were able to walk down to the beach and see these amazing birds up close. They aren't tame by any means but tolerated our approach to a point. I was able to get some great "action shots."
We got into Homer about 1 PM and decided to ...