Bear Creek Winery and Lodging
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- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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... The journey from Seward to Homer is not very long, but the weather was still overcast and rainy as we drove the Sterling Highway. We did stop at The Moose is Loose bakery in Soldonta which has large, delicious pastries. I guess it is a good thing this bakery is so far from home.
When we make the turn south for Homer we start looking for the volcanoes. Across the ...
... back from homer. When we got home we got ready and had time to kill so we went up to flat top to take one last scenic hike. It was the best day to hike because you could see everything. We had to go back home for one last visit. Alaska has definently been the best trip of my ...
... While at the Pond Josh lands a small King Salmon, small or not it was a keeper. I turned 2 fish but have had a heck of a time getting them in. Chris showed up for a little bit towards the end of the tide coming in and he landed a beauty. That one is ...
... had a huge choice of pitches (one advantage of visiting at this end of the season) & finally chose one at the foot of the Blue Ice Trail, with views of many, many waterfalls coming down the mountainside.
Day 21 Seward Highway 10th September
It rained all night but much less violently than yesterday, so thankfully we didn’t drown. We had decided even before we came to Alaska that ...
... his sense of humor and sense of adventure with him, which makes things fun (I think he likes the extra attention as well!).
Sadly, this year Patty had to head back to New Jersey to be with her mother and was not able to spend the last few days of the trip with us, although she was in our thoughts all along the way. As I've mentioned in earlier posts, it's definitely not the same ...