We will be digging for clams on Ninilchik Beach tomorrow morning. Rather than drive the 30 miles down to the beach from Soldotna, we are staying right here on the beach. This picture out our camper door shows the historic town of Ninilchik, a Russian settlement along the Cook Inlet coastline. The old settlement is down in the valley. The historic church is on the hill directly across from our campground. There is a stairway down to the beach which is to the left of the picture.
I’ve decided clamming is a family and friends time for local residents. There are large groups of families camped together with children running about having a great time.
This little one gets to participate in all the action thanks to big brother.
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