Paula'S Place B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... fast I just held on. it jumped about 3 times, by than it was on the other side of the cove and there wasn't much line left on the reel. I said to Jamie start taping because I will not land this one. I only had 10lb test line. I started to walk along the shore to try and keep up with the salmon. After 5 minutes of fighting it was gone. Not much of a fight he swam and I ran. It was ...
... the night's final trip to the mainland. We had a fun table with our new friends and a frantic departure, making do with a go-cup of hot chocolate instead of one of the decadent deserts she had just described. The boat ride home was freezing. This was a don't miss activity touted in Homer, and the price tag was steep. Halibut Cove was fairly picturesque, but not what I was expecting. My main impression is that they must have a really good PR ...
Left Sterling and made it to Soldotna, AK where we hit the library for internet usage. Fished by their visitor center and had a couple sockeye on but they escaped. Drove through Kasihof, Clam Gulch, and stopped at Whikey Gulch Rd for a picture. Made it to Homer where we stayed right on the Homer Spit by the beach. Ate salmon and halibut at a local ...
... tip top shape with friendly crew and smooth ride. Stopped at the grocery and headed back to camp so that I could finish this blog and feel caught up.
Very nice day but I would really have a problem with the isolation that comes with Seldovia type of lifestyle although for a few weeks in summer, it could be very nice.
Tomorrow we head to Seward to greet the Ladies on Sunday Morning.
As we leave our overnight stay in Anchorage and prepare for a 5 hour drive to Homer, we turn up some tunes and start the day with coffee, diet Coke, and bagels. We can't help but drive slowly because of all the beautiful scenery along the 210 miles. Just south of Anchorage we come to the Turnagain Arm where we stop for pictures. Sharon and Kerri cross the railroad tracks and head to the big rocks for some excellent views and wonderfully fresh air. Kellei and Donna stayed behind ...