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Summit Lake Lodge and the Sterling Highway

We hate to leave Homer, a truly wonderful place on God’s earth, and even more glorious in the full sunlight:

We drive along the Sterling Highway en route to Anchorage, a totally different day from the rainy day we drove from Seward to Homer. 143 more words


The Pratt Museum: A Gem in Homer, AK

It’s our last day in Homer, and we are going to the Pratt Museum

  • . AdventureMan has wanted to go there forever, it’s one of the highlights of Homer. 629 more words
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    Maura's in Homer, AK

    Maura’s is across the street from the Driftwood Inn, and is only open for breakfast and lunch. I had lunch there the day AdventureMan was out bear hunting, and then we had lunch there together the next day. 102 more words

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    Alaska Bear Adventures and K-Bay Air

    The other thing we do immediately upon arrival in Homer is to go down to the Homer Spit and check in to Alaska Bear Adventures, to confirm AdventureMan will be on the next day’s bear trip. 164 more words

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    Two Sisters in Homer, Alaska

    Even taking it easy, we arrived in Homer too early to check in to our hotel, so we headed down the street to a perfect rainy-day hangout, … 120 more words

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    Celebration 2014: Friday Afternoon Dancing

    For the first time ever, the announcer tells us, the groups are all ready on time and the dancers ready to go – they are astonishingly ahead of schedule. 127 more words


    An Ice Cream Break and Totem Cones in Juneau

    “Are you from the Philippines?” AdventureMan asked the man behind the counter as he dished me up a cone of Huckleberry (Blueberry) ice cream.

    “Yes, there are many of us here,” the man answered, and told us how one of the fastest growing demographics in Alaska is the Philippine community. 233 more words

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