Coyote Bend Cottage

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

Day 22, 23, 24, 25 Homer

A travel blog entry by tbasler on Jul 25, 2014

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Day 22, 221 miles to Homer on one of the most scenic hwys in Ak. The Kenai Mountain range has massive glaciers and is visible along the way. But ****** rainy foggy day so all the beautiful vistas were not to be seen. We pass back on this hwy and the weather is supposed to improve. Staying at Oceanview Park with beautiful vistas of Kachemak Bay ( a Russian name means "high cliffs on the water) and the glaciers. And just where is Homer? On the ...

Bays & Mountains

A travel blog entry by blackpoolbelle on Sep 07, 2013

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... leisurely journey back across the Kenai Peninsula today with a last view of the sea otters from our clifftop viewing point and headed towards Soldotna. Lunch was at a scenic viewpoint on the Sterling Highway (MOST of the highway is scenic though) and we took pictures of the fireweed glowing in the sun. We stopped to watch rafters on the Kenai River and also viewed mountain goats high up on the hills, marvelling at their dexterity in crossing ...

Reflections after arriving home...

A travel blog entry by calo4 on Aug 03, 2013

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... his sense of humor and sense of adventure with him, which makes things fun (I think he likes the extra attention as well!).

Sadly, this year Patty had to head back to New Jersey to be with her mother and was not able to spend the last few days of the trip with us, although she was in our thoughts all along the way. As I've mentioned in earlier posts, it's definitely not the same ...


A travel blog entry by rorox on Aug 03, 2013

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... time. We reached the panoramic viewpoint just as the rain started. We managed to get a few pictures and then before you know it bam...complete whiteout! We took this as a sign that it was time for lunch. We headed to the end of the spit to the Lands End Hotel and finally had our halibut (which was grilled to perfection). Following our delicious and fresh lunch we headed to the famous Salty Dawg Saloon. We had read about this pub in every guidebook and ...

Drinking Village with a Fishing Problem!

A travel blog entry by normandsharon on Jul 29, 2012

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... a half day. While out on ‘Jackpot’ Norm manages to catch his halibut quota of two solid good fish. And he even has photos to prove it! Okay, so they weren’t a hundred pounders, but they were still good. We take all, but a small portion, over to the Coal Point Seafood Company so they can vacuum pack and freeze them up for us to take away in the RV the next morning. We made fresh halibut and homemade fries for ...

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