Kachemak Bay Wilderness Lodge

56600 Mclay Rd, Homer, Alaska, 99603, United States | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Homer

Bays & Mountains

A travel blog entry by blackpoolbelle

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... leisurely journey back across the Kenai Peninsula today with a last view of the sea otters from our clifftop viewing point and headed towards Soldotna. Lunch was at a scenic viewpoint on the Sterling Highway (MOST of the highway is scenic though) and we took pictures of the fireweed glowing in the sun. We stopped to watch rafters on the Kenai River and also viewed mountain goats high up on the hills, marvelling at their dexterity in crossing ...

Reflections after arriving home...

A travel blog entry by calo4

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... We'll have to make it up to her on next year's trip (which will also include Sue's 50th birthday!).

While I already have some good ideas for next year, I'll wait for that phone call from Dad.

I'm posting some more pictures here that I think capture the trip pretty well and all of the fun we had along the way. I hope you enjoy them!

Until next year...



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Doh!

A travel blog entry by rorox

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... happy. Mum whipped up some roasted potatoes and salad and another sucessful bbq was had. We finished off the day with a few cold bevvies whilst reading and/or watching inglorious *******s. Not how we had imagined our day in Homer to be but we still had a nice time. We went to bed with our fingers crossed hoping there would be no wind or rain tomorrow so ro and i could perhaps go on a half day kayak. It wasnt looking promising but all we could do was ...

Beach Stew, who knew?

A travel blog entry by ljandbev

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... German bread, courtesy of Dorle. We finished up with course four, a type of German cookie which was yummy. LJ and I supplemented our lunch with bananas. After our more lesson on sea stars, we prepared for departure. In just that small amount of time, it was amazing to see how much the tide level had changed. Most of the creatures we had seen on the trip over were now safely back underwater. A few more otters graced us with ...

Another Glacier and on to Homer

A travel blog entry by travelbug1054

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... 45 miles from Homer, I saw in "The Milepost" (the book that has everything you want to know when traveling to Alaska) that there was a Russian Orthodox Church that was one of the most popular tourist sites on the Kenai Peninsula on this road. I thought we had passed it, but just as I mentioned it to Mike, he saw a sign for the turn off, so we made another quick detour. There is also an American Legion cemetery and veterans memorial on the site. Too bad ...

Location

This campground, located on 56600 Mclay Rd, Homer, is near K-Bay Air, Homer Spit, Emerald Air Service, Inc., and Hallo Bay Lodge Bear VIewing.
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