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A Travel Blog entry by jonparker from Portland, Maine, United States
... we said our goodbyes to Boston (for now!) and got on the road to Portland, Maine. But along the way we made a detour to Halibut State Park in MA and discovered a gem of a state park on the rocky coast. Beautiful trees leading us to a man made quarry that ...
A Travel Blog entry by jodieandandy from St.Joseph's Peninsula State Park, Florida, United States
... and skin the meat rather than making small steaks. The simple saute was elegant, succulent and as good or better than Halibut or Sea Bass. Pure white meat with excellent texture that was neither too firm or soft. We were sold or hooked ...
A Travel Blog entry by olih from Portland, Maine, United States
... zu entdecken – auch wenn ich die letzte nicht glaube. Nicht weit von Rockport liegt der Halibut Point State Park, ein felsiger Küstenabschnitt, wo kurze Spazierwege durch Blaubeerbüsche und über Granitfelsen zu schönen Aussichtspunkten ...
A Travel Blog entry by le_boss from Portland, Maine, United States
... langsam schon dem Ende neigte (irgendwie hatten wir mehr Zeit vertrödelt als gedacht), lautete unser letzter Stop für heute: Halibut Point State Park. Dort schenkten wir dem Staat Massachussetts 6 Dollar für ein Parkticket, das gar nicht mehr gültig ...
A Travel Blog entry by crisanddavid from Rockport, Massachusetts, United States
... , based on the true story of the 'Andrea Gail' which left the port and all drowned in the perfect storm of 1991. Halibut Point State Park is another interesting part of the history of this area. Halibut Point is made of sheets of 440 million year old ...
A Travel Blog entry by egatfield from Haines, Alaska, Alaska, United States
... halibut of the day at 15 pounds. What a day! That night, Sean and I met up with Aaron and Mary at Chilkat State Park where Aaron’s aunt and uncle work. We’d been planning to rendezvous here together for quite some time, but to see ...
A Travel Blog entry by ronamoon from Homer, Alaska, United States
... were also enjoying the sunshine and were out in force. We'll be pleased to see the end of these little bastards! From Denali State Park we continued slowly south, taking a dirt road through Hatchers Pass. This road took us along a beautiful, clear, fast ...
A Travel Blog entry by fauna5 from Homer, Alaska, United States
... is clear only a few days a year and it had cleared up magnificently. Over the other side of the water we could see Kachemak Bay State Park. It was a line of snow capped mountains and glaciers as far as the eye can see. We made our way to the hostel which ...
A Travel Blog entry by musictechqueen from Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, United States
... restaurant in town, Snake River Grill. The food was outstanding, even if eaten on a picnic table back at the RV park, I had potato crusted Halibut and Chris had the Pork Loin and we paired it with a lovely bottle of Cocetti Zinfandel wine. We needed ...
A Travel Blog entry by kitchenshrink from Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska, United States
... " and ponder if we should attempt the assent of the highest peak in North America. Of course, this decision was aided by a halibut sandwich and an Alaskan Ale. Clouds were moving in and having left our climbing gear back at the Marriott we remained ...
A Travel Blog entry by beadledove from Ninilchik, Alaska, United States
... and fly away with it. We head back north from Homer, towards Soldotna and decide to spend the night on the beach at Deep Creek State Park, next to Ninilchik Creek. It is a beautiful, sandy, beach with lots of birds and eagles. Susie spends lots of time ...
A Travel Blog entry by wmaxtman from Kenny Lake, Alaska, United States
... Valdez would look like on a clear day! We had checked the guidebooks and determined that rather than stay at the State Park out on the main road that we would go in on the branch road and be that much closer for our drive into ...
A Travel Blog entry by judy.ineson from Wasilla, Alaska, United States
... for the holiday though. Arriving in Seward we take a drive on a rough dirt road that leads to Millers Landing and a National State Park. Some amazing waterfalls to see along this road - and plenty of otters and sea lions enjoying the cold waters close ...
A Travel Blog entry by livesnake from Anchorage, Alaska, United States
... Ball in December. Bob says he’ll check it out if anything happens to me! Next we drove to Denali State Park (not to be confused with the national park of the same name). We spent about an hour ...
A Travel Blog entry by donandtommye from Ninilchik, Alaska, United States
... charters. Ninilchik is on Cook inlet and has no harbor. Boats are launched and recovered from the beach in a state park using large tractors. Sounds inefficient, but actually works very well. Our boat was towed about a mile ...
A Travel Blog entry by winsy from Maui, Hawaii, United States
... Koki Beach We saw it from the highway. Really pretty rolling waves, good for body surfing. Wainapana State Park - Black sand beach Over commercialized state park with a small patch of black sand beach. We're ...
A Travel Blog entry by happyhod from Garibaldi, Oregon, United States
... each we drive back to Meares state park where we observe the birds nesting in the cliff tops from our high vantage point.We head off to Cape Lookout state park but on the way we see loads and loads of Sealions on the far shore again just lying ...
A Travel Blog entry by panamericalandy from Fairbanks, Alaska, United States
... 38.863) which at $10 for the night was a bargain. There the kindly camp host who came to chat gave us a couple of Alaska State Park decals, one of which went onto Jambo’s window. Diana plans on keeping the other for her car! We headed back up AK 1 ...
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At the tip of Cape Ann, this coastal park is a great bird-watching spot.