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... this time, Cole had fallen in as well and was soaked and cold and covered in mud. So when mama and twins headed off for the forest we headed back to the plane and Homer. It was much clearer when we returned and excited we headed back to the spit to explore more. Of course, once we got there the skies opened up. We walked around a bit and then decided to leave Homer. We stopped in Kenai at the Beluga Point RV park. The sun came out in full force and it warmed up ...
... park , people everywhere. Not sure what they were doing down there . Maybe taken charter boats. So we went shopping on Tuesday. Took us all of 1 hour to hit every shop. So now we are at Kasilof. Nice campground if your the only ones here. Which we are. Its a big parking lot with about 80 spaces. No way could we get in here if it was full. Because when I say parking spaces that is exactly what it is. We are taking 2 spaces. Campground host said to just ...
... out on the Cooke Inlet to fish for halibut and salmon. The word is that since the spring has been cold and slow to warm, the fish are not w reign the rivers het. That, and fish numbers are down in general.
Here are a few photos from today
Dorothy was talking with a fisherman along the way and he told her that if we wanted to Halibut fish, this was the place! It is located about halfway between Kenai and Homer.
We arrived to find a Nice park, that ran charters right out of the park. We immediately booked 2 - 6 hour charters for Dick on what was being forecast as 2 sunny days (rare for our trip!). ...
... to a couple of beautiful national parks, great little fishing towns, and all kinds of quirky little shops and fun places to visit. Marlin's brother is a commercial fisherman in Ninilchik, which is where we're spending the night tonight. We're in a pretty much deserted but beautiful campground right on the Pacific Ocean. Scott's taking a nap because he caught a cold, but then again, he really doesn't need an excuse to take a nap.