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We were very fortunate to get a whole section of the hotel for our group. Wake-up call was very early. We ate in shifts starting at 6:45 and ending at 7:15. When we finished our breakfast we checked out of our rooms and headed to Homer Spit. We boarded our boats and headed to Peterson's Bay. On our way our boat captain stopped by Gull Island to look for sea lions. We saw two sea lions, one seal, and a ...
It was a 220 mile journey. Some of it repeating the same road but it is amazing that when you go a different direction,, you see things that you didn't see before. Sure beautiful country. Did drive past Turn Again Arm which is where the tide change is so big that large waves are created as the tide changes. Also ...
... Service personnel. They took our money and then issued each one a pair of waders (hip boots), and then loaded us into the Cessna 206’s for the one hour flight to Katmai. There was a couple in the plane with us from Belgium. The other plane had a family of four from Switzerland and one other passenger. Interesting how we have met nearly as many foreigners as Alaskans on this trip.
Australians are in the camper next to us now. ...
The morning after our flightseeing, we left Talkeetna. Slowly. We passed a shop that made and sold birch syrup, so we decided to check it out. We were there a few hours before opening, and spent that time photographing small aircraft take off and land on a lake, as well as the adorable log cabin with the grass roof (seen multiple places in Alaska). The lady that owns and runs the store took us on a tour of their manufacturing plant and gave us samples ...
... sleeping bag left behind. the tent survived for the most part but the rain fly was a total loss. my last *******n night and my living quarters get totaled! i suppose its better for this to happen on the last day then on the first but come on man, would it have killed the moose/bear/attacking porcupine to leave my **** alone one more day? ******* wildlife has no respect for today's outdoors-men. I'm buying a gun. i see myself as an avid ******* ...
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