Travel Blogs from Soldotna
... beach and down the roadways around Kenia. The sand is dark in color and very hard to peddle on, in fact impossoble to pedal on. This evening we had a pot luck dinner and some people had poems or songs the performed, they were very funny. We all said our good-byes
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."
Kenai Peninsula is one of the prettiest places I've ever seen with a constant sea breeze, cawing of the gulls and slapping of waves against the shoreline.
A five-mile round trip hike into the forest presented the Russian River Falls...which, in turn, presented flying fish! (Salmon were jumping upstream to spawn.)
There was a clear sign of bear activity at the ...
... people. As soon as we reached the area the bears were already at the spot! There were lots of families of brown bears and solo black bears. The bears were almost 15 feet away, so close you could hear them breathe! The salmon that we were catching called sockeye, were in groups so tight that you could almost walk across them. Each of the salmon that we caught were 6 to 7 lbs and they all put up a tremendous fight. The family caught 6 fish in ...
... Northern California. Again, we had a good guide and a good crew on the boat. We limited on pinks (total of 24) and got only one silver . . . Pat got the silver today! Nick got the single silver yesterday!! We only kept the silver and two of the 'hens' from the pinks (the females are supposed to be tastier!). I dropped them at the fish processor and settled up the account to ...
Other places to stay in Soldotna
35041 Kenai Spur Hwy, Soldotna | Innfrom $98