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Homer. The first sentence about Homer in the Lonely Planet guide reads: "Lucky is the visitor who drives into Homer on a clear day." We did and we were, and the panorama of mountains did sweep across the horizon in front of us.
As you leave the town proper and ...
... a hostel. The manager, Dave, finds our booking and makes us welcome, but cannot check us in till 2pm. He shows us the storage room, and we check in most of the baggage and head out to look at the town.
It is Saturday, so there is a fair bit of action in the town. We walk all the way to the railway area at the far west end of town, follow the edge of town around to the south, to the Captain Cook monument at Resolution Park, with views over the mudflats and the Cook ...
... all day so no biggy but the pictures where underwhelming. We rode out to Mendenhall Glacier and walked to Nugget Falls. The blue coming from one particular iceberg was breathtaking! We had to walk about a mile to get back on the bus but we were heading to Alaskan Brewing Co. When we got there, we were pleased to find out that they had free tasters! They don't do a proper brewery tour but they try and make up for it with a tasting tour and free drinks. On ...
... with wild raspberries in the city walking around and salmon berries. So picked them for tea. They were, needless to say, very tasty with the raspberries a little piquant and the salmon berries sweet. Note salmon berries look exactly like raspberries except are bigger in size and a golden orange color.
Ship Creek, Resolution Point, Cook's Inlet
Next around 5pm, sun now out & ...
Back upstairs I spent a great deal of time outside taking photos & standing at the back to ‘escape’ Diana!!
The train journey was advantageous to see the countryside from Anchorage to Seward, not only because I didn’t have a car (which was a pretty important reason!) but also because the train goes where a car cannot. The entire 8 hours (there & back) were fabulous, the views varied, in my opinion, from great to magnificent. On the ...