After our adventures in Valdez and McCarthy, we hopped on the Glenn Highway that would take us to the largest city in Alaska: Anchorage. As a large population center, the busyness was a shock to us after being so remote for so long. We resupplied here, taking advantage of cheap fuel and food before heading on down the Kenai Peninsula to its very southern tip in Homer.
This river is very popular in the summer for salmon fishing, and holds many fond memories from Tom’s childhood. The road eventually makes its way out of the mountains and follows the coast until cresting the bluff at the southern edge of the peninsula and revealing the town of Homer.
Alaska Bear Viewing!
Wine, Thai Food, Paddleboarding, and Halibut
Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge
Swan Lake Wild Fire
Alaska Sealife Center
Resurrection Bay Cruise in Kenai Fjords National Park
Waterfront Camping in Seward
The smoke drove us onward
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