Sea Lion Cove

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


      A travel blog entry by threegypsies on Jul 11, 2014

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      ... facility for fishing and ferry. The brochure tell how the ocean tries to claim back the Spit every year.

      We spent the first day visiting the Pratt Museum. Very informative museum about Homer and Alaska's history whose exhibits have been shown at the Smithsonian Museum. At an exhibit in the museum, we leaned about the damage of the 1964 Alaska earthquake, known as the Good Friday Earthquake. ...

      Sloth and gluttony

      A travel blog entry by zingerin on Aug 25, 2013

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      ... two miniscule art galleries, a few houses and boat docks, all connected by a boardwalk. We passed a stable yard with half a dozen pretty brown Morgan horses, and followed the sound of a soprano singing German opera, which led us to the first gallery. It was the end of season concert by one of the deckhands on the Danny J. After the small crowd of locals filtered out at the end, we had a look at the gallery. The artist - who I think ...

      Homer (No not Simpson...the town)

      A travel blog entry by rorox on Aug 02, 2013

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      ... About 30 mins into our drive down the highway Fred yelled " Blackbear! Black bear!" Quickly looking up we all witnessed a black bear bounding across the road in front of us about 100m. Soooo cool. Couldnt get a photo as he was too fast but at least we had another sighting of an elusive Alaskan giant!! Yay! As it turned out that was the last excitement for the next few hours. We stopped in a suburb of Anchorage and got groceries. Rox fancied stopping at IHOP ...


      A travel blog entry by chuckschatter on Jul 12, 2013

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... indicated that he came to AK to Ski, and basically never returned home. She said that he builds houses but with few being built doesn’t make any money and now works odd jobs. He is currently working for lady in Homer that she claimed owns half of Homer—he is doing a rehab on her boat. Mother is a teacher, husband a college professor, son was Magna Cum Laude and she is really struggling with WHY? Anyway, she invited us in ...

      Driving to Homer

      A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Aug 01, 2012

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      You have to walk up to the church at Ninilchick, through the weathered wooden homes of the Russian families descended from the original founders of this little town. The path through lush green grass and fireweed flowers takes on up to a small wooden chapel, with onion domes and russian orthodox crosses that has guarded the small port for over a hundred years. The long coast of the western ...