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Published on Feb 16, 2009
First stop on the Kenai Peninsula was the less visited town called Hope. At the end of the road was a very pretty and quiet government run Porcupine Campground with a gorgeous view over the Turnagain Arm. Downtown Hope was nearby and it has the feel of a lay back frontier town with rusty café and all. It was there, we saw the double rainbow.
Next stop was Seward. We went hiking to the Exit Glacier and the rest of the time, we just enjoyed the moody Resurrection Bay and the not-busy-at-all gift shops.
The drive from Seward to Homer was beautiful. We made stops at the historic Russian town, Kenai. However, we preferred the more picturesque Russian village, Ninilchik. Our single most favorite thing to do in Homer was the drive up the hill above downtown. You can see the Spit, the ocean, the mountains and the glaciers from there. Oh yeah, you can see bald eagle and sunset, too.