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8/31 Arrive Kenai. took city tour of 1/2 hour. Walked over to the Russian Orthodox Church. Than we rode around and visited the museum and wildife center. We had a pizza dinner at the pavilion.
9/1 Today is the last day of our caravan tour. I biked down ...
Moose are not only elusive, they are so skittish! IF you happen to see one...and if you want to capture it...in pictures, you must be extremely quiet...and fast on the brakes and the trigger (camera trigger, of course)!
I thought the "Barely Legal" sign was just plain silliness until I researched how difficult it really is to determine if a moose is legal to shoot.
The hunters' mantra, "Any doubt, don't shoot."
... as it left its calling card while we were on the platform watching the fish. A HUGE berry-filled pile of scat was on the trail, and it was NOT on the trail on the walk to the platform.
Back at the ranch, it started pouring with gale force winds. Nevertheless, three bald eagles began dive bombing the beach for treats! Very exciting, but too quick to capture!
... when the railroad was built and is now the home of a number animals and waterfowl. It was a relief to leave Anchorage. Our next adventure was at the Crow Creek Mine. This is a mine that is now privately owned and is basically a tourist stop for the adventurous. We did a a bit of gold panning and found a few flakes. We are definitely not going to get rich with this new found past time. After trying our hand at gold panning we went ...
... was something else, wall to wall shops & businesses. Originally the village was located at the end of the Spit from 1896 - 1902 but was then abandoned & the second community developed near the base of the Spit in the 1910s. Homer grew as more settlers came into the area & when Homer was linked by road to the rest of the world in 1950 the town's focus shifted to the north side & some of the old buildings that were deconstructed in Seldovia & Halibut ...