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... Homer, AK – Day 38 of Caravan
Up at 5AM to be on the dock at 6:30AM to fish. It was another rainy day and quite chilly.
We boarded the 46’ Bay Explorer with great fishing anticipations. As the 2 hour trip to our fishing spot progressed, the cross swells increased and even the most seasoned of seamen began to feel a bit green. Seasick pills were passed out liberally but to about 1/3 of the 25 ...
... possibly from Jeff's bad joke ... ).
During our walk we saw a cute little Ermine bounding around the rocks. It didn't seem to be looking for food, just seemed to be having fun. Wrote it down on the "animals spotted today" board at the visitors centre and noticed that 2hrs prior a black bear has been seen at the same spot! Eeek! Definitely not unhappy that we didn't cross trails with a bear today!
Up at the glacier edge a film ...
... or four different places viewing the bears and just as we were getting to leave we had a 15 minute shower as we walked back to the float plane, but all in all a majorly fantastic day - again! And, I still have Denali and the Arctic Circle tour to do yet!!! Just so you know how crazy I am - including the air trip out to see and bears and the bears themselves, I took over 950 pictures. Yea, I ...
... we decided to go check into our BnB, and then get ready for dinner and exploring around the Homer Spit.
The BnB was located at the top of the largest bluff in town. The view was spectacular! It was like staring at a living postcard. You could see all of Homer, Kachemak Bay, majestic mountains, and bright blue glaciers. Our host, Glen, was incredibly helpful in pointing out local attractions related to adventure and ...
... us that this lifetime is not about the stuff that we accumulate but the friends that we make along the way.
So for now, no news is good news. We are sitting here at 10 PM with the sun glaring in the windows and thinking about those we love at home, wondering how we're going to sleep tonight. Tomorrow is a new day. We hope you all know how much we love and appreciate you every day.