Homer and Seward are two of the primary port towns in the Kenai Peninsula. We are beginning to realize that this part of Alaska is not the best weather region. Almost every day is cold and rainy, which is the normal. They are important towns to Alaska because of their port access and commercial fishing, but that is about it.
The drive to Homer was again outstanding along the Kachemak Bay. We stayed at the Elks Club in Homer, which was a little different but it was comfortable. Homer has what they call the Spit, which is where the port is and the primary tourist areas. It's about 5 miles long and is a man
made strip of land.
We then moved on Seward and had another pretty mountain drive. Seward was again cold and rainy. Not a lot going on, we only stayed a couple days.
Several fun things planned in the next few days.