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Travel Blogs from Homer
... stones, probably unearthed by glaciers. AND one beautiful purple starfish. Didn't know if he was still viable, but couldn't leave and forget him. Walked back and flung him into the sea. May someone take a second chance on me someday. Would like to bring home some fresh fish. Mary and I checked out a couple of the multitude of halibut fishing charters here on the ...
... br> Another cool thing we did was drive the tunnel to Whittier
for a Glacier Cruise. The tunnel is a single lane 2 ½ mile ride thru a mountain
that you have to time as only one direction goes each half hour. The cruise in Prince William Sound took us past 26 glaciers, icebergs,
seals, sea lions and sea otters. Unfortunately, not one of the glaciers calved while we
... tip top shape with friendly crew and smooth ride. Stopped at the grocery and headed back to camp so that I could finish this blog and feel caught up.
Very nice day but I would really have a problem with the isolation that comes with Seldovia type of lifestyle although for a few weeks in summer, it could be very nice.
Tomorrow we head to Seward to greet the Ladies on Sunday Morning.
... sleeping bag left behind. the tent survived for the most part but the rain fly was a total loss. my last *******n night and my living quarters get totaled! i suppose its better for this to happen on the last day then on the first but come on man, would it have killed the moose/bear/attacking porcupine to leave my **** alone one more day? ******* wildlife has no respect for today's outdoors-men. I'm buying a gun. i see myself as an avid ******* ...
You have to walk up to the church at Ninilchick, through the weathered wooden homes of the Russian families descended from the original founders of this little town. The path through lush green grass and fireweed flowers takes on up to a small wooden chapel, with onion domes and russian orthodox crosses that has guarded the small port for over a hundred years. The long coast of the western ...