The Spyglass Inn B&B

Address: 385 East Fairview, Homer, Alaska, 99603, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 385 East Fairview, Homer, is near Islands and Oceans Visitor Center, Pratt Museum, Kachemak Bay State Park, and Bunnell Street Gallery.
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    Travel Blogs from Homer

    A Most Memorable Fishing Trip

    A travel blog entry by happytrails123 on Aug 15, 2014

    3 comments, 30 photos

    ... had caught our 2 halibut limit. One caught fish had to be under 29” and the second any size. All of our fish were pretty much close to the 29” size – 10 to 15 lbs avg. but one caught was 37”.

    Quite wet from the rain and with our fish limits bagged, our moods had changed and we were all very happy with our decision to go halibut fishing. The boat docked for a short stop at the island, Seldovia, ...

    Bays & Mountains

    A travel blog entry by blackpoolbelle on Sep 07, 2013

    40 photos

    ... to have flown away. After continuing up the East End Rd with great views over Kachemak Bay & the Grewingk Glacier, we returned to the Spit hoping to see bald eagles scrapping for fish bits by the lagoon, but they too had flown away so we had a look at the Wooden Boat festival instead.

    The misty view from the turnout on our way in had made a real impression on us, so we returned to Gold Centennial viewpoint in the sun. The view ...

    How far can Homer spit?

    A travel blog entry by robsons on Aug 27, 2013

    5 photos

    ... if you're down to one lane we'll just have an automated traffic light at each end showing when you can go, or maybe a person at each end with a stop sign and a walkie talkie to coordinate who goes when. Not so in Alaska, here you have the person at each end but you have to wait for the pilot car to get to your end and then follow it through the scary, wary roadworks. I mean honestly, it seems a bit of overkill for a state who's inhabitants live ...

    Good Friday 1964, 1989....

    A travel blog entry by bdsaly on Jul 17, 2013

    7 photos

    ... founded by the Russians in the late 18th century as a herring port, was completely devastated and its fishing, fish canning and shipping industries were wiped out. A highway which ended across Kachemak Bay in the town of Homer only added to Seldovia’s demise. Seldovia can now only be reached by ferry (but not every day!), water taxi or light aircraft. Homer itself was not spared. The Spit, a 4.5 mile tongue of land ...

    Road trip to Homer

    A travel blog entry by 2bestfriends on Jun 22, 2013

    5 photos

    ... couldn’t be more opposite from the dinner that we enjoyed. We started with some of the best Calamari we have ever had. Erin ordered a seafood duet for her entree which included shrimp and scallops (ALL LOCALLY CAUGHT). Tim also had a meal that was locally caught: King Crab Legs! Yes, he splurged and Erin was nice enough to help out :) because it was MUCH more than one guy could handle. There must have been between 1-2 pounds ...