Ocean House Inn
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... enjoyed a hot beverage while the crew sorted, cleaned and bagged our catches. A clever system of colored ties insured which fish belonged to whom. A fish processor was at the dock to meet us and we made arrangements to have our fish flash frozen and shipped to Dex's brother in Washington State. We had 32 lbs. of cleaned fish fillets after all was said and done.
Ten hours from beginning to end, exhausted, wet, smelly ...
... with fir trees and quite a few houses.
We stopped at Ninilchik to see the very attractive Russian church, where we were again the only visitors, and took time to walk in the graveyard with its Russian crosses and highly decorated graves. Many of the graves had the same Russian surnames, including Oskolkoff, one of the founding families, and the village still has speakers of the original Ninilchik Russian dialect, according ...
... barking and jumping around while the staff were picking which 16 dogs to hook up.
They definitely wanted to be picked and when we got going can honestly say that it looks like they enjoy it too. So our "sled" ride was interesting, seeing it's not winter therefore no snow, instead we were in a wheeled cart being pulled down gravel tracks. It was ok but I think the dogs enjoyed it more than we did.
After patting all the dogs to say ...
... founded by the Russians in the late 18th century as a herring port, was completely devastated and its fishing, fish canning and shipping industries were wiped out. A highway which ended across Kachemak Bay in the town of Homer only added to Seldovia’s demise. Seldovia can now only be reached by ferry (but not every day!), water taxi or light aircraft. Homer itself was not spared. The Spit, a 4.5 mile tongue of land ...
... couldn’t be more opposite from the dinner that we enjoyed. We started with some of the best Calamari we have ever had. Erin ordered a seafood duet for her entree which included shrimp and scallops (ALL LOCALLY CAUGHT). Tim also had a meal that was locally caught: King Crab Legs! Yes, he splurged and Erin was nice enough to help out :) because it was MUCH more than one guy could handle. There must have been between 1-2 pounds ...