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Travel Blogs from Homer
... its name to the whole peninsula. The displays in the exhibits hall were mostly of the Dena'ina people’s history & were very interesting, and we also watched a film about them and the area. I really like VCs – they are staffed by such helpful people and their films are always a great window onto the area.
Having learned something of the history, it was good to see the old Russian churches and buildings in town as ...
... Anchorage all the way up to Nome. It mirrors the trail that a relay of mushers forged in the early 1900's to take desperately needed Diphtheria vaccines to Nome.
It starts in early March (ie beginning of Spring) but temperatures on the trail can still get to -40 or -50! Met a blue eyed malamute husky here that was actually one of the dogs used in the movie "Snow Dogs". That was kinda cool but he was the only dog out of 150 that looked ...
... founded by the Russians in the late 18th century as a herring port, was completely devastated and its fishing, fish canning and shipping industries were wiped out. A highway which ended across Kachemak Bay in the town of Homer only added to Seldovia’s demise. Seldovia can now only be reached by ferry (but not every day!), water taxi or light aircraft. Homer itself was not spared. The Spit, a 4.5 mile tongue of land ...
Homer is lovely.
You have mountains all around . Beaches everywhere, A long spit where tourist flock.
Views that never stop. Moose in town limits. A bird sanctuary, Museums, Farm Market.
Endless possibilites to have fun.
Went there for a few hours two days in a row.
But came back to our campground to be entertained by the birds.
... a lovely view of three active volcanos. And at the lookout, either poised on the branches or soaring overhead are eagles. We spotted two flying around - a brownish immature one and a full grown. Beautiful!
The ‘end-of-the-road’ town of Homer is the ‘Halibut Fishing Capital of Alaska’. Its eclectic mix of artists, fishermen and outdoor lovers make up the population of the town. It offers ...