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... I think there is a ship’s graveyard there as well as there was quite a collection of old broken boats.
Back along the beach there was an eagle eating a fish. It was then swooped by another eagle. They chased each other for quite a while until eventually one flew away. It was quite fascinating to watch.
Now it is blog time. It is 8:20 and Jenny is waiting for the sun to set to take a photo. The evenings seem never ...
We had a lot of rain and very heavy winds last night! I woke up at 1 AM and the whole RV was shaking like it was going down the highway at 60 mph in a heavy wind! At one point, I was afraid we might actually blow over!
Hard to believe that 2 weeks ago today we left Forest City IA in a brand new, clean, Winnebago. Winnie is now a bit dirtier, (although a lot of Mosquitoes were washed away in yesterday's rain), and has over ...
... sleeping, and walking with bears - even playing with their cubs. By all accounts he broke the rules and many think the inevitable happened. Not surprisingly, our guide (also our pilot) makes no mention of the hapless Timothy but assures us all is perfectly safe and the bears will simply regard us as part of the landscape.
For sheer excitement it was hard to pick between the beach landing (see the video) or the experience of smelling bear breath as ...
... this morning. We are packing up for the trip to Valdez today...the weather may be totally different over there. The mountain peaks can change the weather from one area to another I suspect.
We did go out to eat last night at Cup Cafe...it was recommended by some local women that we met at the restaurant in Cooper Landing. You needed reservations...it was packed, many locals, including the fishermen ...
... set of volcanoes. Nothing spewing today however.
Homer is a hillside town with a spit that sticks out into Kachemak Bay, effectively creating two separate bodies of water. The maritime environment is a wealth of resources, from deepwater to estuaries. We stop at the Alaska Islands and Ocean Visitor Center. There were excellent displays of the aquatic environment and a boardwalk through the wetlands. One display that sticks in my memory was a circular room with video ...