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... Seafarer's Memorial. We also took a look at the tree that sat in front of Jean Keene's home that the eagles sat on when she fed them. We also found two sandhill cranes in the slough across from Beluga Lake.
On the way back to the campground we visited the eagle's nest catching mom sitting in a nearby tree and the little eaglet looking out at her.
Tomorrow we start our journey toward Valdez.
... 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, ...
... our catch yesterday and had them prepare it for us, oh well next year. We then headed back to the fish processing plant where they filet our fish into one pound steaks and vacuumed sealed them for us to take home. All in all we ended up with about 220lbs of fish. We took our coolers in loaded them up and headed out . Until next year Homer Spit.
Josh, Christopher & ...
... blue and therefore so was the ocean; it was incredible to think there was nothing between us and Japan except possibly the Hawaiian Islands. There were sea otters floating below and bald eagles soaring above – could life get any better?
We strolled back through the old town, admiring the historic buildings, then drove down to a viewpoint over the marsh opposite the airport hoping to see some birds, but all the ...
... and it's gear and then some of the human clothes, like an extremely padded down jacket and over boots that looked like they belong to Hagrid because they're huge! Julia tried the jacket on and once she put the hood up all we could see of her were her mouth and legs.
Finally hit the road Jack for our drive to Homer waaaay at the end of the Kenai Peninsula, a drive made 1hr longer due to bloody roadworks. They're such a joy. It's weird too, ...