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... the woods. Mom and siblings followed along.
There were several large bears up at the falls, but they seemed to do more looking than catching. There did not appear to be large numbers of fish at the falls. We did run into three photographers from the Maryland/Pennsylvania area that we know from the dam. It was nice to see Ted, Dave and Isabel, familiar faces from home.
Tomorrow we will relax in Homer before moving on.
... notable spot for us to log. TFTC!
The rain continued on and off all day. Dinner was out on our own on “the spit” at Homer with other caravaners and then to a necessary signup/prepay stop for tomorrow’s fishing trip. A one day fishing license was $20.00 per person. Dex opted for a 14 day at $80.00 in hopes of more fishing opportunities along our travels.
Thursday, August 14th, ...
... with fir trees and quite a few houses.
We stopped at Ninilchik to see the very attractive Russian church, where we were again the only visitors, and took time to walk in the graveyard with its Russian crosses and highly decorated graves. Many of the graves had the same Russian surnames, including Oskolkoff, one of the founding families, and the village still has speakers of the original Ninilchik Russian dialect, according ...
... for a bathroom break James turned to Jeff and asked "so are both these ladies with you??" Haha, then he hit on Julia a lot more when she came back out. Nothing she couldn't handle, most of his comments she just laughed at. Damn entertaining for us!
Later on another fisherman named Jed turned up and started chatting. He was quite cute and bet he would have had more luck if he'd had a crack at hitting on Julia but that's life.
Another late night but a fun ...
... Alaskan weather turned and our warm blue sky became grey and a little scary. We bounced and bumped above a landscape of volcanic peaks and impossibly steep scree slopes. Occasionally, a milky blue glacial lake provided a welcome but fortunately unnecessary emergency landing space. A headwind across Kachemak Bay made for a long flight home but the famous Homer Spit and our landing place on Beluga Lake soon came into view. Dinner was halibut and fries and a celebratory ...
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54326 East End Rd, Homer | Hotelfrom $65