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... the driving and the rain eased and eventually stopped. Jenny must be getting used to my driving as she dozed off. Our drive into Homer was clear and beautiful. As soon as you hit town up on the hill, you can see three glaciers that overlook the town. They dominate every view of the place. I walked along the beach and you could see the glaciers.
We came across a moose right beside the road. She was very amenable as she just kept ...
... all that is out there is cloud!
We are now on the road and there is not mush to take pictures of since the clouds are hiding the mountains along Turn Again Arm and the tide is out as well.
We made a quick stop at Portage to check out the state of the Glacier. Well, it was extremely windy and the rain was very heavy. As we got to Portage Lake a gust of wind hit our RV so hard that I was afraid it was going to blow it over!
... on the other side and I'm sure he had visions of dragging us all over them. The girls win out today so shopping at the boardwalk shops it is! Lots closed for the season already however still enough to entertain us (more than enough grumbles Jeff). Jeff: "This is completely untrue!"
Had a simple lunch at Glacier burger which I thought was fine but obviously didn't live up to standards of my two pooh-poohing traveling compatriots. Here's a tip, if the place ...
... sitcom scripts and US foreign policy. As an alternative to “hey bear” we loudly share our hypothesis with countless unseen bears across Alaska, none of whom dispute our acute insight.
Brooks camp, by the way, was “national geographic” – see the pictures. Safely housed on our viewing platform behind robust fences, we (and some 40 other bear aficionados and one film crew) could see up to dozen bears ranged along the falls ...
After the boat picked us up, we had about a 30 min ride to Yukon Island to have lunch and then do the sea kayaking portion of our trip. Overall, hiking in this part of the world was truly an experience of a lifetime.
Upon arrival at Yukon Island we found a make-shift lean-to full of kayaks, spray skirts, paddles and life jackets. We had a great lunch on the beach and enjoyed the gorgeous surroundings immensely. After ...