The perfect place to get away from it all. A true Alaskan Wilderness Cabin on a remote Alaskan Fjord.
I was expecting just a wilderness cabin much like a permanent tent or yurt, but I found a 16' X 16' log cabin with a sleeping loft, wood stove and running water, sink and a two burner stove and all of the cooking utensils! The bonus was a toilet and a shower with hot water! Just bring your own food in an ice chest so you can take back the large amount of halibut you catch. Also bring your bedroll and towels and liquid refreshment and you are camping in the wilderness in style. No electricity, cell phone coverage, TV, satellite either. When the tide goes out you can gather all of the mussles and clams you can eat. Reading books late at night is no problem as it is light up until about 1:00 AM. Make some hot coffee in the morning and walk the beach, watch eagles, sea otters, whales and listen to the waterfalls. If it rains, go inside and sit at the table and look up the fjord at snow capped mountains and relax and stoke the fire. If you want a five star hotel and room service - this is not for you. If you want to recharge your inner batteries in peace and solitude, this is the place for you! I was sad to have to leave and go back to the rat race.The website for the cabin is: http://www.vrbo.com/82831 Fly into Anchorage, drive 4 hours down to Homer, take a water taxi http://makoswatertaxi.com/ and you have to go fishing with Dick Dunn 907-235-7166 or have Jim Landis the cabin owner arrange it for you.
If you truly want a "get away" type vacation in a remote secluded part of Alaska you should do this trip. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions about our recent trip. firstname.lastname@example.org