On June 21, the longest day of the year, we travel to Seward and the Kenai Fjords National Park. Just when you think the views from our LTV could not get any better, they become even grander and more astounding! We hike to a glacier here and head to Homer, Alaska, for two days. This is an ocean town and we smell the sea as we enter Baycrest RV Park. We are greeted by one of the park mascots, a bald eagle! It is a beautiful sunny day and the park trolly takes us to any destination in the area and many headed to get their fill of the Kachemak Bay oysters. Yum! There are bear viewing trips here where you get up close and personal with bears and their cubs. One hearty group of anglers headed out on a charter boat and caught their limit of halibut. It was agreed upon among this seaworthy crew any embellishments during the recounting of the fish tale can be at the discretion of the presiding storyteller!
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