I was really excited about July 11th. Homer was one of those places I was eager to visit. And, my baby sister, her husband and mother in law were due to fly in to Anchorage late on July 10th, catch some zzzs and then drive down to Homer!
A couple of small buses took our group into Seward, where we wandered through a few gift shops while waiting for our boarding time for the Resurrection Bay cruise. There are quite a few boats moored in Seward, and I spent some of my time wandering the dock and looking at them.
July 9th stands out in my mind for several reasons. First, Jerry and Wendy had made it safely to the RV park! They got there around 1am; Jerry told me later that if it hadn’t been light out past midnight, they would have stopped. One of the advantages of the long days! And our visit …
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