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Travel Blogs from Soldotna
... own boat, yes we
are getting our own boat and heading out to sea. We are going Halibut hunting. Why
do we need a guide, when we have two of the best (Christopher & Josh). We
will be heading out to Halibut Cove, which is in the Kachemak Bay. We will be
out to sea on Thursday June 5th. Christopher and Josh have fished
this area in the past, I’m confident we will do great!
Scott, Christopher & Josh
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 ...
... 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 ...
The rain was still with us in the morning but it was beginning to clear. We got a few pictures of Resurrection Bay and turned off to Exit Glacier. This is another glacier that you can walk right up to its edge. There were signs indicating the years it had previously been - this glacier is definitely receding. The Harding icefield at the top of the ...
... brought us a McDonald's breakfast.
2) I've learned to secure everything before the RV takes off! Things can really fly!
3) when sitting for extended times in dining area while moving, put on headphones to deaden the racket!
There are many more lessons, but will save those for another time. We will be looking for moose tonight. She comes out about 10:30 so we will be ready!
Happy Memorial Day!