Coyote Bend Cottage

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

Kayaks, Yurts and Gourmet Food

A travel blog entry by lizdavid on Jul 18, 2014

40 photos

... lakes and rushing rivers full of salmon, we arrived at Homer in the late afternoon. We dropped off our luggage at our B and B, ''Majestic View'', aptly named as we could see across Kachemak Bay to yet more icefields, glaciers and forests plus 2 volcanoes; the wilderness where we would be spending the next week. The view also includes the Homer Spit stretching out into the bay ...

Let me show you my Salty Dawg

A travel blog entry by robsons on Aug 28, 2013

13 photos

... is over and winter is only a few weeks away. As you can imagine, we've been happy the fireweed is still blooming during our trip. We're in no hurry to experience any minus temperatures!

Laundry ready (whoot whoot, so excited about clean clothes it's pathetic) then home to rearrange and pack our suitcases and kak cases.

Jeff allowed to select the dinner venue tonight and he did a very good job in picking the resort restaurant at Lands End (literally ...


A travel blog entry by 10sandy on Aug 10, 2013

7 comments, 38 photos

SATURDAY, AUGUST 10TH Bear viewing. We leave Beluga Lake here in Homer for the hour flight across the Cook Inlet. Along the way we pass Cape Douglas, a group of volcanic mountains which protrude into the mouth of the Cook Inlet. This is called Shelikof Strait which is between Kodiak Island and the mainland.

We get a briefing from our pilot and are each given a pair of waders to wear though out our day. We have to be in the ...

So many eagles!

A travel blog entry by eveandgreg on Jun 23, 2013

7 comments, 16 photos

Well, I can't imagine that I would ever say that seeing eagles is commonplace, but there are so many up here that it has become commonplace, although still exciting to us travelers.

After we left Anchorage we traveled to Seward, on the Kenai Peninsula, south of Anchorage. To get there, we had to travel along a body of water called the Turnagain Arm, which has amazingly high bore tides. Apparently, it is equivalent to the Bay of ...

Happy Father's Day!!!

A travel blog entry by boysplus on Jun 16, 2013

9 photos

... from the boats. There was also a very large brown bird that we saw and later realized (with the help of a good telephoto lens) was a young Bald Eagle. We were able to walk down to the beach and see these amazing birds up close. They aren't tame by any means but tolerated our approach to a point. I was able to get some great "action shots."

We got into Homer about 1 PM and decided to ...

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