Sea Lion Cove

Homer, Alaska, 99603, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Homer

Of Halibut and Bears

A travel blog entry by rodk

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... waters of the inlet. Traffic is heavy as the summer exodus of Alaskans is in full swing - 58 799 cars in one day was a previous record – and we are reluctant to pull over to sight-see too often as the traffic flow seems endless. Armadas of enormous shiny new Winnebagos indicate that many travellers are visitors-- all travelling way too slow for the locals. Alaskan residents have special privileges to catch salmon in numbers and ways not afforded ...

Success, Really?

A travel blog entry by chuckschatter

2
9

... fishing, we went out about 15 miles into the Cook Inlet. Hooks are baited with Herring or Cod, a 4 pound weight is added and it is dropped to the ocean floor 250 to 300 feet down. If and when you get a bite , you set the line, and reel him in! Think about it: 300 feet of line, a 4 pound weight, and a potential 95-120 fish. Are you kidding me this is not fishing this is work. Go to the nearest 10 story building, drop a line with a 4 ...

A most spectacular day

A travel blog entry by 2bestfriends

2
10

... puncturing your skin for blood. We immediately doused ourselves in repellant (thank you Katie and Jonathan who thoughtfully provided it to us).

After a 1/4 mile of hiking we started to see A LOT of black bear and wolverine scat littering the trail. The signs were “interesting” and upon request we can provide pictures of their excrement as proof. Luckily we didn’t encounter any bear, wolverine or moose, but they ...

Big mountains, bears, sea otters and giant halibut

A travel blog entry by ronamoon

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... of dall sheep, a number of caribou, a porcupine and a lone wolf. Now the wolf was a rare sighting and we were so lucky to see it and it was right beside the bus, so that made up for the other critters which were a bit of a way from the bus, so there wasn't much chance of any closeup pics, still we saw them.

The next day Ron, Neil and Lachie (Neil's grandson) went for a rafting trip in the afternoon (another fine, warm and sunny day - can't believe ...

The finish line is in sight

A travel blog entry by nealinthailand

1
7

... the fixtures in my life for as long as I can remember. One of the landmarks in which you navigate through your world so to speak. I guess that none of these landmarks are permanent and that may be the most distressing of all.

I have lost 2 out of 3 of my grandmothers in the last 6 months which is tough. The only grandparent I have left is the one that is a pain in my ass and is just full of acid and negativity which just magnifies my ...

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