Tuesday, June 19, 2007

April stuff

I took a trip to Homer back in April and mom and I spent a day driving around and seeing old places we haven't seen in a while. I got some interesting pictures, but since that was the busiest month I've had in a few years I never found time to post them before forgetting about them all together.

Funky pyramid house down by the bluffs.


This house isn't anything special, but their fence is.

If you click on this picture, you can see it larger in another window. The driftwood top looks so neat. I would love to do something like this at my house after seeing this.


Mom kept telling me I had to see the new winery out at Bear Creek. I wasn't super excited because I've never liked the taste of wine. She insisted the place had neat stuff though so off we went.

On the way there we passed this wine bottle garden. If you click on the picture to see it enlarged it looks a little neater. I thought it was surely created by the winery but they new nothing about it. Which was strange because it was two driveways away. Must be a happy customer?

I wasn't as excited about their shop but I loved their carved bears.


Scary looking monster boat we found in the back of the Homer Boat Yard.


Tink said...

The bears are amazing!

FishTaxi said...

My brother would really be impressed with that fence. I think that wine garden is unique and funny.

Casey said...

I love the pyramid house. It totally reminds me of a lot of the houses in Girdwood

Jenn said...

I love the house, too....What cool pictures. I'm such a house buff. I think I would move every time I found a cool one if I won the lottery. Note to self: Start playing the lottery. Just kidding...
Love all your cool pictures...are ya'll going fishing soon?

Klondike Kate said...

Hey there! Nice picts. Do they actually grow grapes up there to make the wine of is just a wine bar?

Amber said...

Okay Mrs. Bossco~~

I am offically boycotting your blog until you personally tell me it is updated!

Love and people who bother you to update your blog

Shana said...

Great seeing you in Anchor Town...been a while...and we do not live that far apart...I just never get out hehe....or maybe I hide out...which ever...hope you enjoyed the races and I am sorry we did not get to chat more...the babies only wanted the park...they found leeches in the first lake I ever took them too...the hard way via an ankle...and now they are afraid of the water.