Loonsong Mountain Lake Camp

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

Bays & Mountains

A travel blog entry by blackpoolbelle

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... not put us off doing things, so we went for a walk along the Blue Ice Trail. The creek was swollen with fast moving water and the waterfalls were gushing down the rocks – it would have been beautiful in clear weather but was impressive even now. The fall colours in the forest were stunning, as were the varieties of fungi, but our circular walk got cut short by a huge flood so we had to return the same way. The salmon viewing ...

And the king fish goes too......

A travel blog entry by alaska2013

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... for the day to where the best fishing would be out in the vast ocean. On our way to the "secret" fishing spots we had the pleasure to watch a few humpback whales for a few minutes. As you can probably guess anytime there are animals to view I'm game. I got few good pictures and even a short video of the whales in action. Okay so back on the fishing. We stopped and dropped anchor to fish for salmon. Of course we have a limit of two silvers, two ...

Homer

A travel blog entry by candyjake13

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... it was in May, from Japan. Ever since the major cruises changed from 14 day to just 7 days, they have by passed Homer. This has hurt the businesses, now only the road travelers come in. There are lots of fishing vessels for the fisherman, and the ferry boats to the islands where there are no roads. There is a Russian Village across from us called Seldovia that is suppose to be very interesting. I've included a picture of Jake from this ...

Beach Stew, who knew?

A travel blog entry by ljandbev

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... to Homer we went, pounding through the water but loving every minute!

We stayed on the Spit and ate dinner at Finn's, which was highly recommended by TripAdvisor. It lived up to its reputation, we had some great pizza and then LJ took photos, we did a little shopping, and finished the evening with a visit to the Salty Dawg Saloon (http://www.saltydawgsaloon.com/), As we were leaving the Spit, Eagle Eye LJ spotted something ...

Another Glacier and on to Homer

A travel blog entry by travelbug1054

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... were asking. We managed to find a nice spot by the water with electric and wifi for only $25, so that was better than the guy down the road who was asking $36 with no electric at all. It was really windy by the water, but after we ate, I went for a walk to check out what kind of shops were down the road and just get my exercise in. It turned out to be a very pleasant walk and I was gone over an hour. I couldn't believe people were staying in ...

 

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