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... 8221; is that it was right next to Willow Creek. Upon arrival we got
the RV all hooked up and headed to the river to fish. We did not bring our
waders and I can tell you that water was COLD!!!! We saw big fish jumping out
of the water all over the river it was incredible and we had high hopes of
landing many of those salmon. The river was also very famous for their rainbow trout.
We cast and we cast and we cast ...
... I wasn't having too much fun on the very very wet road. I wish I had put my layers on this morning, Despite looking I couldn't find anywhere to pull up under cover and put some additional layers on. Just about when I had given up, a only in Alaska moment occurred.... As I drove past it I had to take a double look....a huge abandoned Iglo....what else would be on the side of the road... The entrance of the ...
I was downstairs when Sheila got home & she came down to chat asking about Fairbanks, Barrow & my drive to Kenai. I said they were all great, that is apart from Homer! & thanked her for putting me in touch with her brother & family as they are such lovely people.
We stayed up late talking intermittently & watching TV, Eddie was the first to fade!! When I went down I worked on my blog (I am sooo far behind) for some time before turning the light out.
... fishing holes or other places, Sheep Creek was definitely the place where I spent most of the summer. I think I spent more time there over then past couple months than I did at home. Up along the Parks Highway near Talkeetna, Sheep Creek starts as a dirt road that dead ends amongst the birch trees and forest flora. Camping spots are situated among the trees, and of course, we claimed one. Not many people camp there, and "our spot" was always open. I shudder to the think of the sense ...
... enough that I'd often go there alone sometimes. We always caught large trout here, and in fact, this was the place where I caught my second fish, a 20" rainbow. Deception creek was shallow and mellow enough that I'd wade in up to my thighs and stand there and cast into Willow Creek, where the trout were. The summer was so warm and sunny that the water of Deception was warm, like bath water, and I often wore my swimsuit so I could swim around the creek.
I also tried ...