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... Ships up to 90 feet can unload fish for processing. Homer is a fishing village and the Halibut capital of the world. Lots of halibut are being caught right now. Several in our group have fished and caught some good sized ones. We saw several on the docks over 90 lbs. We've eaten it at every meal and bought some to take with us! Fishing and it's by product industries support all who live here. Tourism is second. The Alaskan Islands ...
... of Old Town. After the spit tour, we drove almost to the end of East End and in spite of road construction saw two adult moose cross the road and then a mother and two calves. We visited the Islands and Oceans Center, had a great lunch at Cosmic Kitchen and decided to drive up West Hill, along Skyline Drive and down East Hill Road. There were beautiful views of the entire ...
... to our winter store.
Homer is also famous for its spit – a long sand and gravel spit protruding into the Kachemak Bay. Wide enough to support a deep water marina, a road, RV parks etc, Homer Spit is the tourism hub of Homer complete with resorts, restaurants and a plethora of tourist shops that can sell you things for your future lawn sale or book you on a trip. Enthralled by bears and excited by the chance of an up-close encounter we signed ...
... Chuck caught some keepers right away. I guess they weighted about 30 - 35 pounds. He reached his limit and was done. We all caught quite a few, most were thrown back in hopes of reeling in the world record. It's pretty tough to reel them in, they are heavy and powerful fighters. ...
... which was super rocky and had mostly young cottonwoods. By the time we made it to Grewingk Lake (and Glacier) we had hiked over three miles. Once there we encounter a couple who were camping nearby. The area was very cool and breezy thanks to the glacier, but it felt so good after our hike. Marie told us that a year after the Earthquake of 1964, there was a massive landslide at the lake. The earthquake + receding glacier had made the mountain ...