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.
... t thrilled that Kerri locked the car with the key in her pocket... We continue to make our way to Homer via a 30 mile side trip to Hope. The thriving metropolis of Hope, population 192, has a school, an art gallery and a little cafe. We actually drove through the "town" twice to see if we missed something. We saw a sign that said "Main Street to Hope"; as we swung onto the wide dirt road we saw the historic SeaView Cafe & Bar. We were unsure about stopping until we left ...