We had a wonderful trip to this little harbor town which is 78 miles south of Soldotna. An interesting place along this drive is Anchor Point. This is the furthest west point of the highway system in America. The journey down on the Sterling Highway provided us some wonderful views across Cook Inlet of the two volcanic mountains Mt. Iliamna and Mt. Redoubt. The tops of them were covered heavily with snow and clouds, quite possibly some of that was steam. Mt. Redoubt is active, it last erupted in 2009. Also on that drive we noticed many eagles soaring overhead. I guess it is not surprising that there are so many eagles around what with the many lakes, and rivers on the peninsula. Lots of halibut and salmon are in those waters at this time of the year. In the picture below are two of those eagles sitting on some condos near the ocean.