Homer and the Kenai Pennisula
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that began yesterday continued through the night and into the morning.
drove we stopped to find a few geocaches along the way, and view the waters of
the Kenai. As we made the turn south
toward Homer, we could see blue sky off to the west, and with that the two
prominent volcanoes along the opposite shore came out of the clouds. These are two active, although not active at
the present time, volcanoes.
The nice weather also gave us a nice view of the Homer spit.
getting set up in our campsite, we went down on the spit to sign up for a
cruise on the
drove up to Anchor Point in search of eagles, which seem to still be in nesting
mode here, and drove out the most western point in
Then it was back to the trailer for dinner. With clearing skies we sought out a sunset and found beautiful golden skies from the setting sun at 11 pm.
Tomorrow we will continue to search for the elusive eagles.