Bear Creek Winery and Lodging
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... eagles that were wintering near her home.
"Word" spread and 10 years later, over 200 eagles were hanging out from December to April on the spit with Jean.
She became known around the world for her generosity and care for the Homer eagles. Soon after her death in 2009, Homer passed an ordinance to ban feeding the eagles.
... folks from Georgia and Minnesota. Walked the boardwalk, took pictures of Bald Eagles and had a few beers at the Salty Dog, a bar covered in dollar bills and other currency. Ended up at Happy Face Chinese American Restaurant, but they ran out of Chinese food as Wade ordered his birthday dinner! We got a free California roll of sushi out of the deal, but that didn’t make Wade feel any ...
After Ineke's safe arrival last night it was off to show Ineke around Anchorage where she took the opportunity to update her hiking and running shoes. We went to the Anchorage Saturday markets where there was a wide variety of animal pelts and carvings in a wide variety of bone from caribou to whale. After returning the rental car we caught ...
... one family bought a large island that was part of the area and later moved a building to the island that was perfect for a restaurant. The population of Halibut Cove is about 125 folks in the summer. We left the Homer Spit around 5 pm on the Danny J and about an hour later (very slow boat) reached the Saltry Restaurant on this island. The tides at Halibut Cove are about 23 feet maximum and at Homer spit about 28 feet maximum. ...
... of launchingthat I have ever seen. The boat was left on the trailer, we were asked to climb ladder to board, then large lift truck backed us into the water with such force that we floated off the trailer. They must do this 200 times a day. The return is the opposite the trailer is in the water and the captain literally has to come in hot to avoid tearing up his engines in the shallow water yet get the boat onto the trailer.