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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlaskan Suites Homer
We had three cabins and it was the highlight if our two week , seven location stay. The view is amazing and the breakfast was great. This is a memory well have forever
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... the local area have made him a famous Alaskan artist. We shopped at the Saturday farmers market for all the local produce, beautiful lettuces, root vegies, and peonies of all colors. A local fisherman had king crab legs and halibut cheeks which we couldn't pass up. What a treat! Because of all the fresh fish we have eaten out more here. Wonderful restaurants and the prices weren't any worse than Incline. Last night we walked on the beach with ...
I was up early and on my way to the harbor. Today was clear and calm and it looks like we are on for fishing!
And we are off!
The boat stops and we are on to the business of filling our limit of one small and one more Halibut for the day.
The 2 lb weight on the line seems to weigh a lot more when you reel in an empty line! Finally, I have my first Halibut! Less than 27 inches so my "small" fish is in the tank! I pulled in a few more ...
... line where unseen ground squirrels whistle from underground burrows in the alpine meadows. Its highest and most dramatic point is a narrow wind-blasted ridge where one can see to heaven and beyond or directly down to the wind-whipped waters below. There might be a few bounces on the way down but mostly it would be non-stop. It’s high enough to retain snow patches in the hottest summer on record and provide a panoramic view of the remote coastline of ...
... of the flood devastated town of Eagle up north, lots of local gossip. Fifteen very entertaining minutes while Al services the tires, no charge….nice guys.
Next stop, carving yard, where the owner uses chain saws, grinders and sanders to create monumental art from logs. We wander the yard for awhile and then spend some more time soaking up local lore with the owner. The previous winter he was caught moose hunting on restricted army property up north, they ...
... in to it.
We ate lunch and then took a hike around town and then to a hike down a trail just out of town. The trail hike was really something. It looked like the seven dwarves were going jump out of the ferns and start whistling down the trail any moment. We hiked a good way and worked our way down to the water where we took a break and took some pictures.