Peterson Bay Lodge & Oyster Camp
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We woke up to a light rain this morning.
After getting everything ready, we were off for breakfast at the Talkeetna Roadhouse. Chris and I have stayed overnite here on a couple of occasions. It is a taste of old Alaska but has also gotten more modern than it was the first time I was here in 1984. There is a menu now and choice of food!
The overlook just as you get to Talkeetna is one of the best views of Mt McKinley. No luck ...
... members of the community of Homer. There's a large artist population here which generally means a few fruity people floating around!
Thought about going to Sedovia on the other side of the bay but weather slightly ******, bit of cost involved and not that straight forward to get there either if you miss the scheduled ferry. Pretty sure it would look pretty similar to the boardwalk section on the spit anyway. Jeff disappointed as there are mountains and ...
... nutrition but also so he can mate with her and father the next ones (I’m hoping the night club analogy breaks down before this point). So the arrival of a mother and her three cubs changed the atmosphere somewhat. Frolicking just metres below us the cubs stole the show with a game of tug of war over a walking stick that some hapless octogenarian bear watcher had dropped off the platform. We couldn’t see the hapless octogenarian so presumed they ...
... able to get very close to the face of the 2 of them, so that we could see and hear them "calving" - when pieces fall off the face of the glacier.
From Seward we went to Ninilchik, where we went halibut fishing. Lots more Dramamine (I'm done with boats for awhile!). There were 6 of us on the boat, with our captain and a trainee, and we caught 14 halibut. Halibut are a type of flounder, called a right-handed flounder. Until they ...
... is typical of the fishing, hunting & trapping scene here in Alaska - many other countries could learn from what is happening here.
From Seward we headed along the Kenai River - one of the most famous salmon and trout streams in Alaska - and one that gets a heap of fishing pressure. Still some big fish (up to 60lb salmon) are caught here each year and when we pulled into Russian River Ferry there were dozens of small float boats & rafts ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPeterson Bay Lodge & Oyster Camp Homer
From the second we were picked up via boat, we felt welcomed. There was nothing we didn't love about the "camp." From the food, to the hospitality, to the hikes to the adventures. Since I've returned, I've always planned to, and will, go back.
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