Foster Landing Log Cabins and B&B
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... beach and down the roadways around Kenia. The sand is dark in color and very hard to peddle on, in fact impossoble to pedal on. This evening we had a pot luck dinner and some people had poems or songs the performed, they were very funny. We all said our good-byes
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 ...
... as it was an historical one. Just across the road there were, what I thought were models, but were real moose, a mum & her 2 calves, happily grazing taking no notice of me. I am told they can be more dangerous than bears, especially if the mum has calves with her.
I had read about a monument to Captain Cook at the end of the 26 mile road north of Kenai & intended driving there to see it but, as i was going through Kenai I saw a hotel so thought I had ...
... for me, a fish with sympathy. I hooked a fish with sympathy. Being a new age (actually, an old age), sensitive male, I threw him back.
The day was not a total loss. After six hours, we declared it a wildlife viewing trip. We saw eagles, lots of eagles, including one that chased the seagulls from their salmon lunch (photo below). The gulls and eagle were having a shore lunch; we had no fish in our boat so no shore lunch for us. Still ...