Best Western Bidarka Inn
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... who didn’t stop talking. The road goes along the Turnagain Arm which is a great name. I gather it comes from the fact that the tide goes out and then comes in. It also has a tidal bore and huge mud flats. It was raining all the way so it wasn’t really scenic. I did see the back of a beluga whale. I raced back to see if I could see it again but the tide was going out and apparently they follow the flow of the tides.
... 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 ...
... large, outwardly nonchalant grizzly wandered to within a few metres of us (if only scratch and smell technology were more advanced blog-readers could experience it too). Bears gather in large numbers to graze on the productive coastal meadows and catch migrating salmon in the shallows of an estuarine creek system of Hallo Bay. The photo ops were superb and matched only by the endless feeling of suspense as bears regularly appeared from all directions – ...
... 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 ...
... to it incredibly unstable. When the side of the mountain fell into the lake residents of Homer claimed they heard it from miles and miles away. So after some photo ops and snacks, we had to stay on schedule and head out.
Unlike our hike to the lake which was very flat, our route was over a super steep hill down to Halibut Cover where our boat was scheduled to meet us. The Saddle Trail was thick with vegetation, mosquitos and fresh ...