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The Spit

Homer

July 29th 2006
Homer is another of those beautiful coastal towns surrounded by glaciers and rugged mountains cliffs dropping into the sea. It lies on the southwest corner of the Kenai Peninsula at the mouth of Kachemak Bay. Its most prominent geographical feature is the Homer Spit, a stretch of sand, barely ¼ mile wide, that extends 5 miles out into the water, separating Kachemak Bay from Cook Inlet. “The ... read more
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