Homer Spit – Kachemak Bay

See what the “spit” is: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homer_Spit

The top pic: trinkets we found on the beach at low tide (the penny is for size reference) – counter clockwise: clam shell, glass, small agate, small and smaller tanner crab shell (tanners are similar to the king crabs with very long legs), small dungeness crab shell, hermit crab shell; also lots of seaweed that we didn’t pick up

Middle pic: view towards end of Homer Spit. Lots of travellers here but it will get a lot busier (we’ve seen it!)
Bottom pic: moose calf – We took a drive around the north end of the Kachemak Bay. There were twin moose calves in the road with no sign of mom. She was sure to be back in the bushes though. We quickly snapped this picture before this one figured out where to go. The other one found his way into the bushes right off.

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