Caribou Crossing Cabins
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... Glacier. THEN, we tried our hand at gold panning on our own. We found this great creek which were guided to by a little book for gold planners. We spent the day in the water, digging in the mud and panning for gold. Chaco was great! She must have known it was a day to hang out and just relax - however she did seem to stay alert for bear and birds - oh and the squirrels of course. From there we started driving on the Sterling ...
... the area. Fox Farming almost caused some birds to become extinct on the islands. Went to the Bear Creek Winery for tasting and purchase. Drove back to Soldotna and camped in Centennial Park.
Fuel Soldotna 8438 miles $86.79 20.18 ...
... bear, moose, an eagle, lynx, horned owl, alot of caribou, elk, musk ox, and wood bison. The wood bison are going to be released into the wild in 2015. It was worth the visit.
After our little excursion, food was next on the agenda. We turned west on the Sterling Highway and stopped at the Kenai Princess Lodge in Cooper Landing for a leisurely lunch and a few more pictures. I originally tried to book us here for the night, but it was full.
We were ...
Spent the morning driving from Soldotna to Homer on the southwestern tip of the Alaskan Kenai peninsula. Stopped at several turn- outs for photo ops of snow capped volcanic peaks across the Cook inlet. Absolutely beautiful. The three fishermen/women amongst us did a little fishing in the Anchor River. Dined at a neat seaside restaurant on the Homer Spit, a narrow stripped land that juts out into the cold Alaskan ...
... and I think maybe he'll be totally healed after this trip. They had a great hike up to see the falls and cooled off in the streams along the way. There was a fish ladder at the falls but not open. We saw salmon swimming upstream and the river bed was thick with salmon, about 500. Many seagulls waiting around for some food too.
The next day Jim and I thought we'd be more adventureous go on a ...