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... for a town of its size. Additionally a lot of the residents have greenhouses (compliments of an Alaska grant program from several years ago). Since Homer is more temperate than most of Alaska a lot of things can be grown all year. Wednesday afternoon should have been a farmer's market day but was not yet happening. We spent the rest of the day finally uploading pictures to our travel ...
... 8221; is not exactly a compliment. Fishing for halibut does not require much intellectual effort. It entails slowly jigging up and down a large baited hook and heavy weight on a short heavy rod and reel in about 100m or more of water. On our boat, one a several dozen charter vessels in Homer, we halibut hopefuls form a procession moving slowly from bow to stern as we progressively lose bait, get hopelessly tangled or land our halibut. Catching a halibut is ...
... you of Daytona Beach only on a much smaller scale. Rv Parks mostly the big rigs, a lot of shops, bars, etc. It could be a fun place if you are into that sort of thing. We did stop at the Salty Dawg for a beer, unique place. Tried to get to bed early because of early rise, however, the view was so nice we just sat and admired.
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... around and so we continued to remain cautious (and chatty).
As we continued our trek toward the glacier the terrain changed from old growth to new growth forests. Instead of lots of tall, old spruce we were surrounded by more young cottonwoods, baby spruce trees, thick brush, lush ferns and small flowers scattered about the forest floor.
As we got closer to the lake the terrain changed one more time to a 'washout ...
... as some fish. Between all four of us and Dave we caught about 120 pounds of halibut, not including the few we let live. As we continued our fishing adventure we managed to get an education as well, as we saw a group of otters together. This is called a raft. Try to get to close and the raft will sink itself. Other wild life included Bob the puffin, Bob the other puffin and Bobalena his ...