Quality Inn Kenai
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It seems like I've been counting days FOREVER and now the time is actually here! We will be leaving home tomorrow on our way to Anchorage. The plan is to do the last few minute things in the morning (fill propane tanks so Jen can cook while we are gone...., get Robert some shoes) then head to Anchorage so Robert can get his international drivers license before the AAA office closes, pick up ...
We've been knocking around Kenai and Soldotna for a couple of days and decided to try a little fishing. This is a huge sport fishing area. On the drive here we passed an area where a couple of rivers converge near the highway. Fisherpeople come from far and wide to fish the Russian river. There are a number of off-road parking areas and even a ferry to get people to ...
... Old St Nicholas Church was built north of here around 1870 and moved to Eklunta around 1900.
The new church was built in 1962.
Spent the morning driving from Soldotna to Homer on the southwestern tip of the Alaskan Kenai peninsula. Stopped at several turn- outs for photo ops of snow capped volcanic peaks across the Cook inlet. Absolutely beautiful. The three fishermen/women amongst us did a little fishing in the Anchor River. Dined at a neat seaside restaurant on the Homer Spit, a narrow stripped land that juts out into the cold Alaskan ...
... his parents house a few years ago he found the long forgotten knife. So it's back in Alaska from whence it came and in Ed's pocket protecting us from bears moose or the errant oversiZed fish that someone's going to catch today. That's the story of the magic knife. And you'll keep hearing about it because we're proud to be in its ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services