Coyote Bend Cottage

Address: P.O. Box 442, Homer, Alaska, 99603-0442, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Homer

Kenai peninsula

A travel blog entry by frawldog on Sep 27, 2015

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... br> Seward- It is a 4 hour drive from Homer and would have some real incredible scenery here had it not been cloudy and rainy. They had a brewery and few pubs that were shut down because tourist season ended last week. There is a marine aquarium that cost $20 to get inside and I chose to not go inside. There is a nice trail that goes along the water, but the weather did not make the trail very enjoyable. Seward is ...

Day 22, 23, 24, 25 Homer

A travel blog entry by tbasler on Jul 25, 2014

12 photos

... times we've watched an episode twice since we all had different recollections of "what happened"! Lots of good times with our other group members too. The Honey Badger has just been rolling along without a problem. Mickey and Lucy have gotten the routine down. On travel days they are in a carrier together. Today we said "kennel up" and surprising us they walked right into it! We are half way through our trip! 25 more days of adventure ahead for ...

Let's Go Fishing

A travel blog entry by suzannecompton on Jun 14, 2014

25 photos

... and we started pulling them in.
Within 3 hours we had all caught our limit so we headed back to shore with our 12 halibut. Ben caught the biggest one of the day and I was 3rd or 4th largest. We returned to the camp, had pictures made and watched the guys clean our fish. Ben and I my catch was about 30 pounds. They shrink wrap, flash freeze and store them here and they will be ...

Homer For the Halibut!

A travel blog entry by floridawaughs on Jun 01, 2014

2 comments, 7 photos

I was up early and on my way to the harbor. Today was clear and calm and it looks like we are on for fishing!

And we are off!

The boat stops and we are on to the business of filling our limit of one small and one more Halibut for the day.

The 2 lb weight on the line seems to weigh a lot more when you reel in an empty line! Finally, I have my first Halibut! Less than 27 inches so my "small" fish is in the tank! I pulled in a few more ...

Of Halibut and Bears

A travel blog entry by rodk on Aug 17, 2013

6 comments, 71 photos

... if the Americans decided to flog off even part of Alaska at a knockdown price.

The Seward Highway runs through a dramatic landscape and holds a dramatic history. In the massive 1964 earthquake some 20 miles of the highway sank below the waterline along with the townships of Girdwood and Portage. The earthquake hit 9.1 on the Richter scale, created tsunamis up to 67m high, vertically displaced land up 11.5m and created landslides that took out ...

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