Black and brown (grizzly) bears salivate by streams, ready to snatch salmon mid-air as they ‘pool hop’ to upper lakes of Alaska. The self-proclaimed Halibut Capital of the World, the seaside village of Homer is not a bad place to indulge in some of the finest, freshest Alaskan seafood. One week short of Summer Solstice the air is crisp and clear with softly filtered honey-hued light bouncing off snow-capped mountains. It’s easy to appreciate why Alaskans rejoice in summer, enjoying never ending days beneath the midnight sun. Alaska basks in the warmth of 24 hours of sunshine during the summer.
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