Alaska Adventure Cabins
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... had a couple of chats with me last week, left me with a lot of helpful info, and one in particular: "there isn't a plane crash in the Aleutians that doesn't have sun shining on it soon after"
Still, this was heartbreaking, as this took me from a 20 knot tailwind to a 20 knot headwind! But I felt better as soon as I turned around, especially as I had a small packet of smoked truffle infused ...
... magazines. A quaint little place that has been around a long time-- pretty much covered inside with one dollar bills.... reminded us of Big Bad John's, complete with a bra. The guys declined getting a beer as there wasn't really a place to sit as it was so busy. More walking and we arrived back with the tide quite a distance out. Cool outside and a couple drops of rain so we didn't sit outside too long before retiring ...
... beautiful Russian Orthodox Church there several people told us to see. We took some pictures and walked around to the point which overlooks the town and beaches below. At the rec area in Ninilchik they use tractors to pull the fishing boats out to sea and we thought that would be neat to see so we headed there next. Unfortunately the weather wasn't being agreeable so there were no charters heading out (it was rainy and windy). We made ...
... back to the RV park stopping off to watch the salmon fishermen for a while. The power was off and did not return until about 8:30. The rain and winds are pelting the motor home as I write tonight--I sure hope I will be able to sleep. Tomorrow we will leave the fishing village of Homer and we must say, this is one of our favorite stops. Quaint, beautiful mountains, lots of water and friendly people---for what more can you ...
We had to be out of our little house, car packed, and on the boat dock by 7:45 this morning, so back to early alarm setting. Seward's harbor looked soupy when we met our boat the Stellar Sunrise, but Tanya our captain and Nick her deckhand were cheerful and expecting a good day on the water. We're going out to see whales, wildlife, and glaciers with one of Jim Barkley's small group tours. Our boat is rated for 24; he'll take 14; and we've got six plus two crew today. The ...