Homer Floatplane Lodge

Address: 1244 Lakeshore Drive, Homer, Alaska, 99603, United States | Lodge
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      Kayaks, Yurts and Gourmet Food

      A travel blog entry by lizdavid on Jul 18, 2014

      40 photos

      ... are mainly day hikers or campers with tents but scattered around are a few 'yurts'' so that 'softies' like David and I do not have to sleep in tents. There was only one yurt in this area so the rest of our group were setting up tents while we explored our yurt close by. Yurts were traditionally used by Mongolian nomads in the Steppes of Central Asia but are now built by craftsmen ...

      Let me show you my Salty Dawg

      A travel blog entry by robsons on Aug 28, 2013

      13 photos

      ... the bear ran after him.

      In the dark.

      By himself.


      Somehow he managed to leap 12feet into a tree and scramble out of reach before the bear got him. He spent the next 3.5hrs up the tree throwing rocks, branches, yelling and peeing on the bear until it finally left! Another half hour before he felt safe enough to come down! I would be sheeeting myself!

      Another time, again dark and drunk by himself after a ...


      A travel blog entry by rider1 on Jul 12, 2013

      24 photos

      Arrived in Homer July 8. Once again we were treated to awesome scenery and beautiful sunshine. We found a gorgeous log cabin to spend the night after a busy day of sight seeing. Homer was originally located on the tip of the spit from 1896 to 1902 when it was abandoned. The second community of Homer developed near the base of the spit in 1910 were it remains today. The town was named after Homer Pennock, a con man who was famous for separating wealthy people from their money. ...

      So many eagles!

      A travel blog entry by eveandgreg on Jun 23, 2013

      7 comments, 16 photos

      ... 6 months old, they swim upright like other fish, then they flop over onto their right side and their eye migrates to the top. Most types of flounders are left-handed - your tidbit for the day! Halibut can be huge - a handful of 100 pounders are caught each year, and they can get up to 200 pounds and more. We caught little ones, and left the day with about 80 pounds of fillets! They are kind of ugly, but we ate some last night and they ...

      Shit Happens...

      A travel blog entry by boysplus on Jun 17, 2013

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... shoe. I should have known that it was a bad omen. After cleaning up (much thanks to my dear husband who took care of my shoe) and checking into our campground for the night we got an urgent message from dear friends to call ASAP. Well, it turns out that there is a raging forest fire very near to home. Here we are sitting in a beautiful spot with surrounding mountains and ocean and worrying about all ...