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... this time, Cole had fallen in as well and was soaked and cold and covered in mud. So when mama and twins headed off for the forest we headed back to the plane and Homer. It was much clearer when we returned and excited we headed back to the spit to explore more. Of course, once we got there the skies opened up. We walked around a bit and then decided to leave Homer. We stopped in Kenai at the Beluga Point RV park. The sun came out in full force and it warmed up ...
... 4th of July. You can not drive into the park (which is a good thing if it is that crowded) and taking a bus for 8 hours does not sound like a lot of fun. There is a turn out off the highway at mile 134 that you can camp in and if the weather is good, you can see the whole mt. range. We will see.
I have not been taking very many pictures that last couple of days, sorry but you can only take so many of clamming.
Bob and I got up at 5:15 and drove an hour to get to Anchor Poinr, the put in spot for our day of fishing on Cooke Inlet. This is a45 mile wide bay south of anchorage. There is no boat dock there. Boats are towed to the area on trailers. The huge tractors are hooked up to the trailers. We climbed aboard via a ladder, then the trailer with boat on it was towed into the ...
... Jen, from the airport at 5:25pm, and then go out for a birthday dinner. After that we will attempt to get some sleep and then to the airport bright and early Tuesday morning to be on a 6am flight.
I have spent the day packing, unpacking, packing, weighing, unpacking and packing again. I know, I know, those of you who know me are saying "you were just packing today?". Truth is I had ...
... I really could imagine what it must have felt like living and working there at that time. (I've added some pictures below.)
Marlin's parents (who also live in the Palmer area) invited us over for "popcorn night" Sunday evening, when all of the family that's available gathers together to share an evening of food and fellowship. Popcorn was just one of about a dozen things that we ate, so it was much more than just a snack! I can't even begin ...