Best Western Bidarka Inn
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... we set off across the bay.
After about half an hour we reached Right Beach and quickly formed a human chain to unload all our gear and get it up the beach as the tide was coming in fast. Finally the water taxis left and we were left alone on the beach with forests all around us. The surroundings were beautiful and the peace and quiet so restful.
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... a long drive, the rain started to taper off as we drove along the Kenai River This is one of the most popular Salmon fishing rivers in Alaska. It also has a very distinct color as a result of the glacial silt in the water.
We eventually make it to Homer and as we enter town we see the mountains and the waters of Cook Inlet and Kachemak Bay.
We are settled in an RV Park with our Winnie looking straight out at Kachemak Bay! ...
... for its burgers, then have a burger!
Off to something more refined, we headed back to the mainland to visit Bear Creek Winery and sample some of their fruit wines. A couple of nice ones. I liked the peach and apricot but you wouldn't want to drink a whole glass of any of them really. Nice outlook over the bay here and as it had cleared up a bit we could see those glaciers Jeff is pining for. Also humongous big bummed bumble bees buzzing around the garden. ...
... nutrition but also so he can mate with her and father the next ones (I’m hoping the night club analogy breaks down before this point). So the arrival of a mother and her three cubs changed the atmosphere somewhat. Frolicking just metres below us the cubs stole the show with a game of tug of war over a walking stick that some hapless octogenarian bear watcher had dropped off the platform. We couldn’t see the hapless octogenarian so presumed they ...
... came to visit. Two self proclaimed "slopers", Bill and Mike, were workers on the north slope. These guys were three sheets ot the wind and hilarious. They were on a fishing expedition, catching a charter in the morning. They brought over this cheese curd dip and bag of chips, then home smoked salmon. We were more than happy with their company at that point, but once their steaks were done and our salmon cooked we parted company.
Tomorrow we have a date on the Kenai River outside of ...