Salmon Bake Cabins
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... cleaning and filleting the day's catch - stacks of salmon and halibut as big as 70 lbs. The fishermen first get their catch filleted, then hand them off to a processor who flash freezes and packs the fish, then either ships it for you or brings it back so you can check it as baggage. We've got some indoors options for tomorrow if the skies want to rain on us again, but it's all good. Just happy to be in ...
... a picture is to ALWAYS have the camera on and ready to shoot.
Today is a lazy day as we drive to Homer and site see along the way. And you guessed it... I'll be saying can we stop here and here and here....There is so much to see and I don't want to miss anything. :) Enjoy the pictures and I'll post again ...
... field, aka, RV park. Art hauled the water (70 lbs at a time) from a nearby river and heated the place with the Pace Arrow furnace.
There they are, real Alaskans: Yoni spinning Muskox yard; Art hauling water and running back and forth on his snow machine, while building a house in the wilderness; grizzly bears in the RV park. Oh you say, don't grizzly bears hibernate in the Winter. And, now you know why Art attached a tent to the Pace ...
... on Friday but decided to take the 6 hour boat ride to the Glaciers and whale watching. Our crew was great. They found whales, seals, otters, mt goat and a bear. Went to one of the glaciers and stayed until it calved. Greg got a great video. Back to the RV and Lucy. The people in Alaska are very friendly, we even gave our new friends a key to the RV just in case they arrived back before we did so they could let Lucy out. We have ...
... we were left shaking our heads and thinking that they needed to get a life. Upon arrival at Anchorage, we had a group photo and then went to the Anchorage Markets. There is an old saying, it goes something like "if you've seen one, you've seen them all". Our last meal as a group was at the Snow Goose restaurant, like most of the meals of this type, the company was good. One bonus was that the Snow Goose was a micro brewery and the Golden Ale was ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Salmon Bake Cabins Seward
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