Land's End Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Headed over to Sasquatch Adventure Company at 6:30. Lucky we have the rental to drive to the start of the spit and then across to the airport. There's about 15 of us for the day split across 3 Cessna 206 planes fitted with balloon tyres for beach landings. First order of business is to get kitted out with thigh high waders since we'll be walking …
Picked up the Hertz rental (Chevy Malibu), had some pancakes down at the harbour and then headed north. Stopped at Moose Pass for some photos along Trail Lake. Not much further we turn left onto the Sterling Highway and head west. Traffic is starting to build up and by the time we get to Cooper Landing it is obvious that summer holidays are in full …
... Barbara got to visit the city/town and visit the Pratt Museum and on her return to “the Spit”, stop for a photo op at the Salty Dog Saloon (sort of a combination of the Red Dog Saloon in Juneau and Fat Smitties café in Discovery Bay. While Jack got to sit in the comfort of the stateroom and document the extreme rise of the local tides. In case I will not be able to add some photos, when we docked our stateroom window ...
... We were on the water by 11:45 pm and first pole in the water by 1:30am. We fished and did a little sleeping. We knew it was going to be a long night and day but we wanted to get as much as fishing in as possible as our trip was now starting to get closer to the end. We had, fish on by 2:am. It was a Cod. We didn't keep it, we were all about fishing for the "Butts" that is Halibut. This is ...
... probably due without it other then June and July) on one side of the traffic light is a McDonald's and on the other is a bit of forest before and then the ocean. right there across from the traffic light in one of the dead trees is a huge nest where two bald eagles decided to lay a couple of eggs and raise a family. so whenever you drive down the main street in town, you can slow down and look up and see a bald eagle feeding her chicks or more recently, the chicks ...