Saturday, March 29, 2014

Driving To Alaska...Homer

This weekend I have a few more pictures from the town of Homer. It was cold and cloudy all the days we were there but fishing boats went out every day.

The Salty Dawg Saloon was a log cabin lighthouse combo. Kind of unusual.




















Lots of signs posted all the rules of the boat harbor at the end of the boardwalk.

8 comments:

Andy said...

I have been following your drive to Alaska. Every posting is a new adventure. I don't always comment but I have been looking.

Bill Nicholls said...

Doh you missed him. Love that saloon

Lowell said...

It's an interesting place, this Homer, but I wouldn't want tolive there. Your photos are excellent - sometimes cloudy days are good as you don't need to worry about all the contrast.

I love this series!

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

The rigors of the life of mariners in cold climates reminds me of a testimonial that Paul Harvey once read. Paul Harvey said, "I received a letter from a listener who wrote, 'Paul, you advertise that Neutrogena skin cream was developed for the hands of Norwegian fishermen. My wife uses it and now her hands are just like those of a Norwegian fisherman."

MJ said...

We just recently got back from Arizona, but your Alaska images are making me want to travel again! (But only when it's warm!)

Sharon Anck said...

I love that lighthouse cabin combination. It must have been an interesting place to explore.

Randy said...

The Salty Dog looks like it could be fun.

Should Fish More said...

I spent many an evening in the Salty Dog after steelhead and salmon fishing on the Anchor River. If you ever go in, see if the 'ahem' lingerie is still on the ceiling.