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8/31 Arrive Kenai. took city tour of 1/2 hour. Walked over to the Russian Orthodox Church. Than we rode around and visited the museum and wildife center. We had a pizza dinner at the pavilion.
9/1 Today is the last day of our caravan tour. I biked down ...
Moose are not only elusive, they are so skittish! IF you happen to see one...and if you want to capture it...in pictures, you must be extremely quiet...and fast on the brakes and the trigger (camera trigger, of course)!
I thought the "Barely Legal" sign was just plain silliness until I researched how difficult it really is to determine if a moose is legal to shoot.
The hunters' mantra, "Any doubt, don't shoot."
Kenai Peninsula is one of the prettiest places I've ever seen with a constant sea breeze, cawing of the gulls and slapping of waves against the shoreline.
A five-mile round trip hike into the forest presented the Russian River Falls...which, in turn, presented flying fish! (Salmon were jumping upstream to spawn.)
There was a clear sign of bear activity at the ...
... Clark National Park across Cook Inlet. We immediately saw a black bear fishing at the mouth of the creek, then a few minutes later we saw two sibling brown bears (grizzly) getting their breakfast too. Our guide, Mark, kept us on the red salmon at the opening of the creek so we all had our 3 fish limit within an hour. All the while we watched the bears and they watched us right back. The two siblings lounged on the rocks after filling their ...
... his B&B and calling late in the day, Steve was great to work with. He set us up with a combo bear viewing/sockeye salmon fishing 1/2 day trip through High Adventure Air and fishing licenses. We knew we were going to a lake or river, but no one thought to ask where it was.
The main downside is that we have to go in two groups, 1 1/2 hours apart. Mike and Sherry decided to go first (noon), then the rest of us would go later. Their ...