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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      A travel blog entry by threegypsies on Jul 11, 2014

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      We continue down the Sterling Highway to the end of the Kenai Peninsula to stay at Homer, a popular tourist destination. Jutting out for miles from Homer's shore is the Homer Spit. Homer Spit is a long narrow bar of glacier gravel that extends into the ocean like a finger pointing. The Spit is the center of activity for the town. It is a major dock facility with the US Coast Guard, ferry service and ...

      Sloth and gluttony

      A travel blog entry by zingerin on Aug 25, 2013

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      Another beautiful day out on the Homer spit. Since yesterday was basically two lovely meals separated by some beach, our plan was to do something "cultural" today. Had two galleries and a museum on the list. Made it to the two small galleries, then the call of halibut and chowder lured us back to a window table on the spit. After lunch we had to find the place that sells and packs up fresh frozen fish to fly home with you, and make a quick ...

      And the king fish goes too......

      A travel blog entry by alaska2013 on Aug 01, 2013

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      ... now I decided I am done fishing for salmon. The guys were all amazed I was finished fishing for salmon. I needed rest t o fish for the halibut. The halibut it pretty tough too. They are bottom feeders and the water is about 300 feet deep. We all fished for the halibut and it was twice as hard to reel in as the salmon. I have discovered it is fun to fish but it may only be a once a year sport for me. :))
      Tomorrow we brake camp and head to ...


      A travel blog entry by chuckschatter on Jul 12, 2013

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... years back. In his spare time he is a tax consultant but he loves to BBQ. We learned everything about pigs that you really want to know related to making good BBQ. We even sat with them for lunch at the Tidal Pool Café and had delicious fish and chips made with fresh salmon and halibut. We also talked about halibut fishing and he gave us some good pointers if we ever want to do it again, not.

      Seldovia is a very small ...

      Driving to Homer

      A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Aug 01, 2012

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      ... of around the peninsula for Home. We pass through a number of towns of Russian origin, Soldotna and Ninilchik amongst them. Our designation, Homer, is spread out over many miles of coast at the southernmost tip of the flat land. Across the Kachemak bay the snowcapped peaks and glaciers of the Kenai Fjord National Park can be seen against the sky. Tomorrow we will kayak at the feet of these hills.