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... have been comfortable at all from this distance but out on the water is such a great, safe viewpoint, not to mention much more stealth. Had I been on land they would probably have heard me long before I saw them and would have avoided me all together. Don't laugh, but watching them, all I could think was Florida Panther, although I knew it wasn't. They looked in color and size like the Florida Panther, but then once I came to my senses (and realized where I ...
... the area. Fox Farming almost caused some birds to become extinct on the islands. Went to the Bear Creek Winery for tasting and purchase. Drove back to Soldotna and camped in Centennial Park.
Fuel Soldotna 8438 miles $86.79 20.18 ...
... sensor seems to have dust on it. If we find a camera shop I'll have them fix it, otherwise just pretend there are UFO's in some of the pictures. We left Seward about 12:00 and started for the Cooper's Landing and the Kenai. The two RV camps with hookups were full, so we ditched the RV and are spending the night at a nice little B & B, called The Hutch. Sitting here, on the deck as I type this, we have seen a few bald eagles just fly ...
... the salmon swimming upstream to their spawning grounds. Once there, we saw a lot more fishermen and women than we saw fish, but it was a fun stop nonetheless. We did get to see a few fish caught while there.
For dinner tonight, we went to Humpy’s, a local establishment made more famous when Adam Richman showed up to do an episode of Man vs. Food. The place was definitely hopping, but we were lucky enough to find a booth for the four of us. The food was good and ...
... From Exit Glacier, we headed back toward Cooper Landing for the night. We still hadn’t eaten dinner, so when we got back to Cooper Landing, we headed straight to Sackett’s BBQ, a local place recommended by Brian, our host. As it turns out, they had live entertainment (a man and a guitar) and very good food. It was a very casual place (which all places in Alaska seem to be) and the food really hit the spot.
It was a long day ...