Seldovia Boardwalk Hotel
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... Keep fingers crossed that the weather clears......Next we stopped at the Islands and Oceans Visitor's Center, which was very interesting. Lots of exhibits and hands on activities about the area; tides, wildlife, geology etc...they also had a nice trail down to the ocean that we walked. We are booked to stay at the Driftwood RV park tonight and tomorrow. It is ok, right on the ocean with beautiful views, but the sites are very ...
... time chasing whales and so we did not have a lot of time to spare. The gal who was the guide on the boat "argued" that Kachemak oysters are better then Wellfleet Oysters (Gary had his hat on)... she was raised on Nantucket and her mom lives in Chatham - small world.
So we hiked the "Otterbahn (!!) Trail" to the other end of the point- to the outer beach. We had called ahead from the boat to ...
... and the Homer Spit was really amazing. I got to ride "shotgun" and our pilot took his time so that I could get lots of pictures. He was great a pointing out interesting stuff. After we landed we took a regular taxi (although it was bright pink) back to the "Spit" to get our motor home and head back to our immensely scenic parking spot for the night.
We head to the town of Kenai tomorrow. Shorts and flip flops for us.
... goes to Kerri, which we also discovered was her first catch ever... YES EVER... I know we couldn't believe it either! She also earned a new nickname "Fish *****" heehee... that's all that can be said for that story :) (but as you can imagine, refreshments were involved) Fishing for halibut isn't as easy as we thought. Those little halibut put up a fight and don't glide through the water ...
... though the mummy bag was a little tight since they really dont make those things for guys my size.
I am working at two restaurants this summer instead of the usual one. The whole work thing has been up in the air since april and i have been really worried that i would be able to get the hours that i need to make this trip worthwhile. of course most of my worrying was for naught since I had gotten 4 jobs the first day i was in homer and then had to whittle that down to 2. ...