Tutka Bay Wilderness Lodge
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... magazines. A quaint little place that has been around a long time-- pretty much covered inside with one dollar bills.... reminded us of Big Bad John's, complete with a bra. The guys declined getting a beer as there wasn't really a place to sit as it was so busy. More walking and we arrived back with the tide quite a distance out. Cool outside and a couple drops of rain so we didn't sit outside too long before retiring ...
... packed, frozen and then shipped to Lexington after we return home. It was a little pricey but it was so much fun catching the halibut and will be fun eating them. Ben said the most expensive fish per pound he has ever eaten!! We drove about 40 miles to the cute little town of Homer, another fishing village but with more shops and restaurants than Ninilchik. Our RV Park is on the Homer Spit, a geographical landmark located in Homer, Alaska on the southern ...
... the puffins, cormorants, sea gulls, and occasional bald eagles are already out fishing. Sea lions were all sleeping, but sea otters, floating on their backs, gave us a look as we drifted by. The sea in the fjord is very calm, and skies have cleared to bright blue. This tour guide's website warned that there was one patch of open water that could get very rough. It's a point where three fjords all flow together, and Nick told us the swells can reach 18 feet on a really bad ...
... out and you have almost a mile of beach front at low tide. We did a
tide walk with a marine biologist and learned about all the glacial rocks and
creatures exposed along the beach. When the tide comes in we spotted sea otters
and a minke whale that we could watch from the front window of our camper.
The Kenai is an area that has two rivers that fill with both fishermen and bears
both looking to catch Salmon as ...
... the males that we had seen earlier. Old Scar Butt they called him,
we assume from an earlier encounter during mating season. Dave took some quick pictures and they slowly backed off, fortunately we didn’t have to stop and clean his shorts.
Mating season is over, at least as far as the sows are concerned and the salmon aren’t running in the streams yet so the main activities are grazing on the grass, sleeping, ...