Loonsong Mountain Lake Camp

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

Kayaks, Yurts and Gourmet Food

A travel blog entry by lizdavid on Jul 18, 2014

40 photos

... by its own boat shuttle and the other guests looked much smarter than our motley crew in kayak gear. The drinks and snacks were most welcome and we paddled back to camp with renewed vigour.
On the 4th day 2 water taxis arrived to take us to our next camp spot in Tutka Bay nearly an hour away. It was a scenic trip and we arrived at a small beach surrounded by rainforest. The ...

Let me show you my Salty Dawg

A travel blog entry by robsons on Aug 28, 2013

13 photos

... a theme here?) he was walking along and 3 bears appeared all around him. Once more he ran, they chased and this time his mates's car was close so he dove into that. So we're not talking middle of an isolated forest here if his mate's car was there. Two of the bears lost interest quickly but one of them wanted a James dinner and it was pawing at the window right next to his face. That's not a lot of anything separating you from a big thing with sharp teeth and claws ...


A travel blog entry by rider1 on Jul 12, 2013

24 photos

Arrived in Homer July 8. Once again we were treated to awesome scenery and beautiful sunshine. We found a gorgeous log cabin to spend the night after a busy day of sight seeing. Homer was originally located on the tip of the spit from 1896 to 1902 when it was abandoned. The second community of Homer developed near the base of the spit in 1910 were it remains today. The town was named after Homer Pennock, a con man who was famous for separating wealthy people from their money. ...

So many eagles!

A travel blog entry by eveandgreg on Jun 23, 2013

7 comments, 16 photos

... 6 months old, they swim upright like other fish, then they flop over onto their right side and their eye migrates to the top. Most types of flounders are left-handed - your tidbit for the day! Halibut can be huge - a handful of 100 pounders are caught each year, and they can get up to 200 pounds and more. We caught little ones, and left the day with about 80 pounds of fillets! They are kind of ugly, but we ate some last night and they ...

Shit Happens...

A travel blog entry by boysplus on Jun 17, 2013

2 comments, 6 photos

... loved friends and neighbors at home that had to evacuate.

We didn't do a whole lot today. We spent a lot of time on the computer following the progress of the fire and listening to the scanner broadcast of the emergency personnel that are working to save our neighborhood. We are thankful that everyone is safe at the moment, although inconvenienced to be away from home and awaiting ...

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