Homer Floatplane Lodge

1244 Lakeshore Drive, Homer, Alaska, 99603, United States | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Homer

Bays & Mountains

A travel blog entry by blackpoolbelle

40

... more glorious, and we were delighted to spot Mt Iliamna across the inlet – it looked totally bizarre as there was cloud in a big band at water level with the volcano showing above that as though it was floating in the sky.

With my desire to be highest/lowest/furthest etc we drove to Anchor Point via the Old Sterling Highway & were delighted to see a moose was waiting to cross it. We parked at the point & took a ...

Reflections after arriving home...

A travel blog entry by calo4

79

... along a wheelchair to assist Dad. By saving him a lot of steps, he is able to conserve his energy and not get too worn out from the travel. From what I have heard, he came back from this year's trip feeling pretty good and not nearly as tired as in previous years. We also had a lot of fun with it along the way, "parking" him in some interesting spots, popping some wheelies, etc.. Dad ...

Doh!

A travel blog entry by rorox

3

... heard good things, so we couldnt miss out on visiting this must see tourist attraction. The pub is in a small lighthouse shaped building. Inside was dark with the porthole like windows providing the only light in addition to some sparadically placed candles. The walls, every square inch, were covered in $1 bills signed by previous patrons as well as a few t shirts, id cards and a few lacy brassieres ( or as dad likes to call them, the over the ...

Beach Stew, who knew?

A travel blog entry by ljandbev

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12

... he took a few stalks off for our lunch... (insert unsure Beverly here), as well as 'sea lettuce' and a couple of other seaweed type things from the water. We continued exploring and made our way around to a protected cove for lunch after paddling about two hours or so. It would sunshine and then rain, sunshine then rain so we donned our rain jackets for the trip to 'gather' the remainder of the items needed for our four course meal, ...

Another Glacier and on to Homer

A travel blog entry by travelbug1054

14

... any length of time. This was another drizzly day, but we still wanted to walk to the edge of the glacier, which is as far as you can go. As we walked, the weather improved a bit so we didn't get wet. This turned out to be a bit of a hike (about 2 miles round trip, and going up most of the way out), but it was a pleasant walk and we were prepared with our hiking boots. When we reached the glacier, there was a sign showing where the glacier ended in 1998, ...

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