Fire and Ice Lodging
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Up and out early for our trip to the bears, we were delighted to see perfectly blue skies and bright sunshine. There would be no issue flying over the mountains today.
At the Homer Air office we met the other folks who would be in the other plane. The plane held four passengers and the pilot. Not a plane I felt comfortable flying in, but there I was no other way to the bears. ...
... had caught our 2 halibut limit. One caught fish had to be under 29” and the second any size. All of our fish were pretty much close to the 29” size – 10 to 15 lbs avg. but one caught was 37”.
Quite wet from the rain and with our fish limits bagged, our moods had changed and we were all very happy with our decision to go halibut fishing. The boat docked for a short stop at the island, Seldovia, ...
... to stay.
As it was quite windy we voted against the exposed sites on the Spit and went to Oceanview RV on the bluffs above the town – expensive at $44, but it had everything we needed plus great ocean views, including the Aleutian range away in the mist, and sea otters in the sea below. There were only about 8 occupied sites and amazingly the closest family shared our surname – its a small world.
... Anchorage all the way up to Nome. It mirrors the trail that a relay of mushers forged in the early 1900's to take desperately needed Diphtheria vaccines to Nome.
It starts in early March (ie beginning of Spring) but temperatures on the trail can still get to -40 or -50! Met a blue eyed malamute husky here that was actually one of the dogs used in the movie "Snow Dogs". That was kinda cool but he was the only dog out of 150 that looked ...
... cubs playing with each other about 30 yards from us. After we have our fill of them we move on to Moraine Lake where we sit for awhile and view the bears in the river. Next we move down a bit on a high bluff and watch more bears enjoying all the salmon in the river. The salmon are abundant and a brilliant red. The bears number about 12 along this stretch of the river - they are constantly on the move both in the water fishing (not a ...