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Home of the Halibut


So we moved on south to Homer, Alaska. We stayed at “Lands Ends”, literately, where the land ends, at the farthest tip of the Spit.
It was a quaint, touristy town. It’s claim to fame, is the halibut fishing – the reason we went there. Unfortunately, the morning we went out (again, super early fishing), the weather had taken a turn for the worst (as it can suddenly do in Alaska), though it was beautiful and clear yesterday.

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Red Skies at Night, Sailor’s Delight

We had a beautiful sunset tonight. So we are hoping for the best for tomorrow’s fishing expedition! We will be fishing for Halibut in Homer, but weather is a fickle thing. Anyway, I made my dad pull over when I saw this. We spent a good hour searching for a road that could get me […]

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Before the Storm

There is nothing more breathtaking then seeing a storm roll in. It is a terrifying and awe-inspiring demonstration of nature in her fury. First the winds start up. Everything starts blowing around and you can just feel the electricity in the air while the sky grows ever darker. There is something I love about thunder storms. Perhaps it is the respect that they can command and inspire. There have been plenty of times when I have been outside, at the storm’s mercy.

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