Coyote Bend Cottage

P.O. Box 442, Homer, Alaska, 99603, United States | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Homer

A Day of Rest

A travel blog entry by suzannecompton

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... drove to the end of the spit passing many great shopping spots. We turned around and were headed to our RV park which is about 1/3 of the way out on the spit when Tricia and I decide to get out, shop and walk the mile back to the park. We had a great time in the unique little shops with names like Homer Ocean Charters, The Octopus Garden Gallery, Inua "The Spirit of Alaska", Sea Lion Gallery, and Salty Girls Gifts and Bookings. We each bought a very colorful ...

Of Halibut and Bears

A travel blog entry by rodk

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... Kenai Peninsula and the fast flowing tidal waters of Cook Inlet – it is indeed a scenic drive. Its summer and drama for us is remembering to remain on the right hand side of the road as we squint through a cracked “Alaskan” windscreen of our dodgy rent-a-wreck looking for white beluga whales and the famous bore tide. No whales are sighted but we see a few paddle boarders hoping to catch a tidal wave before they catch their death of pneumonia in ...

Success, Really?

A travel blog entry by chuckschatter

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... of launchingthat I have ever seen. The boat was left on the trailer, we were asked to climb ladder to board, then large lift truck backed us into the water with such force that we floated off the trailer. They must do this 200 times a day. The return is the opposite the trailer is in the water and the captain literally has to come in hot to avoid tearing up his engines in the shallow water yet get the boat onto the trailer.

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A most spectacular day

A travel blog entry by 2bestfriends

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... incredible.

When we reached the Grewingk Lake and Glacier trailhead we exited the coastal terrain and entered an old growth forest, meaning that it was the oldest part of the area we were hiking because the glacier had receeded much longer ago than the terrain closest to it. Immediately as we began the hike through the dense forest we were attacked by the biggest mosquitos you have ever seen. Their bites felt like the shocking pinch of ...

Pesky Texas Chics go fishing

A travel blog entry by spanglerdr

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... goes to Kerri, which we also discovered was her first catch ever... YES EVER... I know we couldn't believe it either! She also earned a new nickname "Fish *****" heehee... that's all that can be said for that story :) (but as you can imagine, refreshments were involved) Fishing for halibut isn't as easy as we thought. Those little halibut put up a fight and don't glide through the water ...

 

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