Bear Creek Winery and Lodging
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... lakes and rushing rivers full of salmon, we arrived at Homer in the late afternoon. We dropped off our luggage at our B and B, ''Majestic View'', aptly named as we could see across Kachemak Bay to yet more icefields, glaciers and forests plus 2 volcanoes; the wilderness where we would be spending the next week. The view also includes the Homer Spit stretching out into the bay ...
... overnight ship it to me! So, hopefully, Chris and I will have a nice Alaskan Halibut dinner this coming Sunday!
After the canceled trip, I returned to our RV and made a nice breakfast. Then we just hung out waiting for the weather to clear up.
Late in the afternoon, we walked the Homer Spit and hit all the gift shops!
Saw a couple of Bald Eagles today and will include some of them in today’s ...
... a must do trip for even the most jaded of wildlife tourists.
The famous Brooks camp, a floatplane trip into the Katmai National Park, is a more regulated but equally bear-filled experience. After a national park orientation we receive our official bear watchers badge and a reminder we have 2.5 hrs before our plane leaves. With park rangers strategically placed along the route, we walk to the falls viewing location periodically singing out the ...
... in the chair!
Tomorrow I want to stop at the Portage Wild Animal Refuge. That's about 20 miles up the road. To get down to Valdez we need to go back through Anchorage then down.
On the drive today we did see some Moose, and one of them was male. We'll have to inspect the pictures really well, I think there were two males. I also saw two Loons. I really want to camp someplace so I can hear their ...
... of a seabird colony in surround sound, felt like a fledgling.
The actual town of Homer sits on the hillside, but the real attraction is the spit, a few hundred yards wide at best, it sticks out into the bay about five miles. The spit is the location of numerous rv parks, tourist traps, restaurants, the Salty Dog Saloon, a huge harbor and the “fishing hole”. First stop is the Salty Dog for a round of Alaskan Ales. Next stop, the “fishing hole”.