Loonsong Mountain Lake Camp

Address: Homer, Alaska, United States | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Homer

Cheating at Animal Photography

A travel blog entry by kathrynmccormic on Sep 10, 2014

42 photos

... the driving and the rain eased and eventually stopped. Jenny must be getting used to my driving as she dozed off. Our drive into Homer was clear and beautiful. As soon as you hit town up on the hill, you can see three glaciers that overlook the town. They dominate every view of the place. I walked along the beach and you could see the glaciers.

We came across a moose right beside the road. She was very amenable as she just kept ...

Rainy drive to Homer

A travel blog entry by floridawaughs on May 30, 2014

1 comment, 14 photos

We woke up to a light rain this morning.

After getting everything ready, we were off for breakfast at the Talkeetna Roadhouse. Chris and I have stayed overnite here on a couple of occasions. It is a taste of old Alaska but has also gotten more modern than it was the first time I was here in 1984. There is a menu now and choice of food!

The overlook just as you get to Talkeetna is one of the best views of Mt McKinley. No luck ...

Let me show you my Salty Dawg

A travel blog entry by robsons on Aug 28, 2013

13 photos

Weather not great today so enjoyed a little sleep in for a change. Yeah! More like our usual style of traveling.

Found a laundromat and dropped 2 weeks worth off for wash and fold as can not be ***** hanging around for 2hrs doing it ourselves. Cost $25 which is pretty cheap considering hotels charge you about $4 per pair of grundies!

Down the 3.5miles to the spit, past pirate ships and giant oranges (yes, weird) converted into houses by some of ...

Of Halibut and Bears

A travel blog entry by rodk on Aug 17, 2013

6 comments, 71 photos

... a must do trip for even the most jaded of wildlife tourists.

The famous Brooks camp, a floatplane trip into the Katmai National Park, is a more regulated but equally bear-filled experience. After a national park orientation we receive our official bear watchers badge and a reminder we have 2.5 hrs before our plane leaves. With park rangers strategically placed along the route, we walk to the falls viewing location periodically singing out the ...

A most spectacular day

A travel blog entry by 2bestfriends on Jun 23, 2013

2 comments, 10 photos

... again, we have pictures if you are interested). We did come across some bear poo that was disturbing to Marie as she believed it may have been a brown bear, so she insisted we keep talking. Once again, thanks to Jonathan and Katie, we happily brought out the “bear bell” out to make as much noise as possible. Now it may seem easy to keep talking, but when you are slightly terrified you may come across a grizzly it is hard to do that ...

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