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... 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, ...
We loved the view from the top of the hill of snow-capped mountains across the inlet, & we could see the town and the Spit against a backdrop of misty, snowy mountains. We made our way down & drove onto the Spit to inspect the RV sites. There was a great old sort of pirate ship on one side which is used as a house according to Milepost, and the Salty Dawg Saloon looked inviting, but we needed to ...
Apparently Huskies are actually too big a dog, they're slower and they don't have that "love to run" attitude that a good sled dog needs. All the other sled dogs we saw today looked like mutts. All very lean too but they get looked after well.
By the way, 150 dogs in one location ... it don't smell like your Nanna's apple pie but was pretty clean considering! Anyway, we went and sat in the "sled" and the dogs were going ...
... or four different places viewing the bears and just as we were getting to leave we had a 15 minute shower as we walked back to the float plane, but all in all a majorly fantastic day - again! And, I still have Denali and the Arctic Circle tour to do yet!!! Just so you know how crazy I am - including the air trip out to see and bears and the bears themselves, I took over 950 pictures. Yea, I ...
... blue you have ever seen. It was easy to imagine that the water was cold. Not only that, but it was FILLED with people rafting and (clearly thee spot for) 'combat fishing'.
Just south of Ninilchick, Tim saw a mound of fur along the road...which ended up being his first Alaskan Moose. It was eating and clearly uninterested in what we were up to.
The trip in to Homer was exciting as we had not been here before. ...