Ok, for some reason, I can't find an edit button for my post to fix a few things. Although, I haven't spent much time looking for one either!
As I was saying earlier, we had a great time fishing followed by a beautiful evening. Here is one of the Dolly Varden that I caught:
This was the view as we headed back in to the camp:
When we got up in the morning, we were greeted by severe clear with blue skies. I mentioned to my wife that it would sure be nice to spend another day, maybe traveling down to Homer.
To my surprise, she called her boss and requested an additional day off! So, off to Homer we went:
The weather in Homer was FANTASTIC. It had been some time since I drove all 240+ miles to the Homer spit. But it was in the 50's with NO WIND! Homer always seems to have a breeze blowing, but this was completely calm. My son enjoyed the beach combing, finding all sorts of shells, rocks and driftwood. As of evening, we had a great sunset to look at out of our dinette.
From the other direction:
Come the morning it was time to go. On the way out, I had to move out of the way for another trailer that almost had me rethinking my recent purchase! I don't think I have anywhere near enough money to afford this toy!!! A freshly painted Turbine Otter!
One more stop before heading home was Anchor Point. You get such a good view of all three volcanoes there. This one happens to be Illiamna.
Keep an eye out for my winterizing post. I am just finishing up, ready for the long winter's nap.
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