Alaska Fishing & Lodging

Soldotna, Alaska, 99669, United States | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Soldotna

Road Trip To Homer

A travel blog entry by chrisco.alaska

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We stopped for some supplies
in Soldotna which is our half way point to Homer. I was able to call Jennifer
for a quick call letting her know I was alive and doing well. Soldotna,
Kasilof, Ninilchik, Anchor Point all run along the side of the Cook Inlet which
is on HWY 1. When we get to Homer we will get set up to do some fishing tonight
in The Spit. The spit is a inlet hatchery, the cool thing is that when the tide
goes up the fish run ...

Captain Cook State Park

A travel blog entry by swenners

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Great evening on the west side of the Peninsula. Drove from Seward to this location. Clear night on the cook inlet with a fabulous sunset. Mosquitoes were not too bad with a good fire. Could see Denali (Mt. McKinley) way off in the distance also could see the volcanoes on west side of the inlet. Had fun seeing the tide do it magic as it is shallow on this inlet quite a ways ...

No fish

A travel blog entry by travelswithduke

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... in one place for a long time the animals will probably come. We have noticed a distinct lack of birds on our trip so far. It seems the birds come through earlier in March and April and head on to the Arctic. Just in the last few days the birds are starting to gather over ponds and lakes which seems to correlate with the king salmon coming ...

What fish?

A travel blog entry by travelswithduke

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... a great number of glaciers off of all sides of its ice. We took a short walk to view this glacier and then got back on the road. The Funny River Road fire on the Kenai peninsula was finally contained after burning around 200,000 acres. Alaska loses almost a million acres to fire every year. The Kenai is the playground for most of Alaska residents since it ...

Kenai Alaska

A travel blog entry by kellyhanson

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... down back in the 1970's. We saw a side road called Wildwood Street directly across from Cook Inlet, so I knew this had to be it. Wildwood Station was turned back over to the State of Alaska when it closed down back in the 1970's. The small air force station of about 20 acres has been converted into a state prison. It used to have a 4 lane bowling alley, a tiny movie ...

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