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... was under this fog. So we landed at another beach and waited out the fog.
Finally landing on the proper beach, we walked to a viewing area and startled a mom with two cubs, who promptly took off to the far side of the field. Off to the side were two other bears, but not close enough to photograph. Not happy with the bears at this location our pilot, Tim, walked to another ...
Homer Farmers Market this morning, lots of great produce. A visit to The Alaska Islands & Ocean Visitor Center, including a hike on the Beluga Slough Trail. Lunch at Captain Patties on the Homer Spit for oysters, shrimp & clam chowder, yummy! After lunch strolled along the shops & Harbor area, boat named Milo:) Saw a jelly fish also. Stocked up on lots of fresh fish, salmon scallops, shrimp and ...
... While at the Pond Josh lands a small King Salmon, small or not it was a keeper. I turned 2 fish but have had a heck of a time getting them in. Chris showed up for a little bit towards the end of the tide coming in and he landed a beauty. That one is ...
... us some silvers, but in nothing like the numbers of Ketchikan Creek or Russian River.
Just up the road is the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Centre, which takes in and rehabilitates or cares for orphaned/injured animals. I had wanted to visit the ever since I read about it, so we paid our fee and drove in. It was still raining but the herds of elk, caribou and Musk Ox didn’t care, ...
... heard good things, so we couldnt miss out on visiting this must see tourist attraction. The pub is in a small lighthouse shaped building. Inside was dark with the porthole like windows providing the only light in addition to some sparadically placed candles. The walls, every square inch, were covered in $1 bills signed by previous patrons as well as a few t shirts, id cards and a few lacy brassieres ( or as dad likes to call them, the over the ...