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Homer Spit, Alaska – Greg and Bonnie’s RV Adventures

Homer Spit, Alaska

June 28, 2014 - 8:51 pm 1 Comment
Eagle in flight

Eagle in flight

On the Danny J going over to Halibut Cove

On the Danny J going over to Halibut Cove

Sea otter

Sea otter

Eagle on Homer Spit

Eagle on Homer Spit

Halibut Cove

Halibut Cove

We have enjoyed our visit on the Homer Spit.  had great seafood, halibut is king here and it is excellent!   Our campground is right in the spit, and although yesterday was cloudy all day, today was perfectly beautiful, although very cool.

We see eagles every evening here on the spit.   Getting a photo of an eagle in flight is another matter.  But I did get one that was very good.  Today we boarded the Danny J water taxi for the trip across the bay to Halibut Cove.   Only 125 residents live here and it is a quaint little village.  The only access is by boat.  There is one restaurant that caters to the tourists who come over by water taxi an there is a little artist colony as well.   After lunch of fish tacos, we walked around the colony and looked at paintings, pottery, etc.   We met a very nice couple from Houston, Texas, and we spent most of our time with them.

Tomorrow we will leave the Soit and head toward Kenai to spend one night.

 

One Response to “Homer Spit, Alaska”

  1. Don & Sandie Says:

    Sandie and I stayed on Homer Spit on our first trip to Alaska in ’03…..there was lots of halibut then as well….and good. Glad your trip is going well. I did hear a few days ago that the road into Denali is closed due to flash floods….hopefully reopened by now.

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