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Clear skies this morning, quick trip up Skyline Drive, great views of Homer. Next onto Mass at St. John The Baptist Catholic Church, very small church, glass windows beyond the altar with views of the mountains and boats on the bay. Lunch at Maura's Bed & Breakfast ...
... had decided on the Anchorage RV Park on N Muldoon, near the Native Heritage Centre; it was very busy in the city with teatime traffic and we travelled the length of the road. After crossing the Glenn Highway bridge, turning round and crossing it again twice more, exploring a high school car park, almost entering JBER (a very well –guarded military facility) and STILL seeing no sign of it, we parked up & approached some ...
... t want to try for a bigger one. Heck no those fish are like lead in the bottom of the ocean 300 feet down. I caught my two(limit) and decided to just hang out and watch everyone else. I think that is just as much fun.
We had an amazing crew that filleted the fish right on the fishing back to Maine. t and sent to the processor ...
... a breathtaking view.
Yesterday we took a charter boat trip to Halibut Cove with a stop at Gull Island for fantastic picture taking. The marine and bird life was just incredible. We have numerous pictures we will bore you with. Halibut Cove was a chaming "little" village with a year round population of 20! But....that didn't stop us from having a wonderful gourmet lunch...so fresh and delicious. We spent the next couple of hours touring the ...
... Salty Dawg Saloon and had a drink or two before we headed over to the Boardwalk Cafe for a feed of fresh clam chowder, scallops and fish tacos. Everything was really yummy! We later went to the local Legion for a beer and chat with a few of the members. Everyone was so friendly and very nice.
So its now 5 AM and Norm is up-and-at-’em. Sharon drives him down to meet the boat at 5:30 AM so he can go halibut ...