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Sometimes you get to the end of the day and you can't remember what happened at the beginning. We woke up to rain and miserable weather again. It rained all the way until we were nearly at our final destination. Now we are sitting in sunshine with the doors and windows of the "turtle truck" opened and it is 8 o’clock.
We have the best spot in the van park. We are the last van and we overlook Kachemak Bay, on the Kenai ...
... Seward. Mainly to avoid the road construction on the Sterling Highway.
It has been a great day, and we are beginning to get ready to close everything out and get ready for our turn in 3 days from now. Hard to believe we are coming to the end.
Another day of virtually no miles driven
Bald Eagles are very prominent here! Must be the fish!
I can now wear my new hat that says: “Homer Alaska…..Come for the ...
... an animated door- more a grunt, lift and wind than the flashy tail-walking of our Australian barramundi. But the fish are plentiful and with Ilse periodically ‘chumming’ over the side, all 20 fishers have their permitted two fish within 2 hours of fishing of the first hook hitting the water. Although not the barn door size fish depicted in the brochure, my two cupboard door sized halibut was a respectable first innings – and added some 10kg ...
... in to it.
We ate lunch and then took a hike around town and then to a hike down a trail just out of town. The trail hike was really something. It looked like the seven dwarves were going jump out of the ferns and start whistling down the trail any moment. We hiked a good way and worked our way down to the water where we took a break and took some pictures.
... was right on time to learn that we were the only people who had signed up for the Ultimate Tour. Our guide, Marie, was a native of Homer on break from college.
She helped us pick out rubber books to use during our sea kayaking trip the second half of the day. We then went to the dock to board the boat for a fairly quick ride across Kachemak Bay to Glacier Spit when we observed that the low tide was very low (5.8). Rain was expected ...
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54326 East End Rd, Homer | Hotelfrom $65