|an eagle spooks the birds and they take flight|
|Puffins nest in burrows in the grass on top|
We traveled among some of the privately owned islands where people have summer homes.
Lots of sea otters were around. Mostly mother and pup pairs. One pair were sleeping side by side. As we came up mom woke up and pulled the baby onto her tummy. Sometimes the otters will roll up in kelp to keep from drifting as they sleep.
|the otter at the bottom is rolling|
We had from 12:30 to 3:00 to have lunch and wander around the town. Lots of artistic looking houses and lots of chainsaw carving. They have a carving contest every Memorial Day.
|William with an odd carved snail|
|Lunch was here at the Tidepool|
|A new carving|
|William liked the whale|
|He also liked this weird old bear carving|
After a leisurely trip back, we head over to the Salty Dawg Saloon to drink a farewell to the spit.
We have moved to a small RV park on the water in Homer, the Driftwood. I think we can walk to a few places in town, though Homer does not have a high walkability index. William has already taken off to go beach walking.