- Mahatma Gandhi
Alaska Adventure Cabin - this is the cabin I stayed at - I can't tell you what a breathe taking view there was over looking the bluff from the other direction. They had three - one was an actual ship, another one was a train, and this one.
The Salty Dog Bar - in Homer, Alaska - this was my bartender. The tradition is to put $1 on the ceiling in case you ever come back for a drink - started by Ernest Hemingway. Everyone writes their name on it. There must be thousands up there.
This is Jean Keene House or the Eagle Lady's House. . . on the way to the Homer Spit (a little tiny piece of land in Homer.)
An ordinance passed by Homer officials to ban eagle feeding on the Homer Spit was to go in effect, but an emergency ordinance has allowed eagle feeding to be extended for 60 days following Jean Keene's death. Since eagle feeding had already began for the winter, wildlife officials agreed it might be best to taper off the feedings.
Jean was known around the world for her generosity and efforts to care for the Homer eagles."
The eagle standing guard over Jean Keene's House. They are mostly gone now.
The post office in Homer. There is a lead glass of an eagle there.
The truth of a thing is the feel of it, not the think of it. - Stanley Kubrick