We own and operate a small oyster farm in Jakolof Bay 7 miles across Kachemak Bay. In the summer months my husband and two teenage sons spend most of their time on our boat, working on the farm, while I work the farmer's market and sales and shipping on the Homer side of the bay. So in summer we vacate part of our house and rent the upper level.
We love sailing, traveling, reading and hiking. We've cruised the South Pacific in our sailboat, homeschooling the kids along the way for 3 years before arriving in Homer via the Aleutians. We landed here to be close to family and to give the kids a chance at "real" High School and to prepare for college. This may not seem like the highly stylized space you'd expect from an architect - it's a case of the shoemaker's kids (who prioritized adventure over space for awhile) - let's just say we'll be working on that in the years ahead.
You may not see much of us while you're here, but one of us will be available and ready to answer any questions about this beautiful area. Frank is French, and I studied and worked in France, Tahiti and Denmark, if by any chance you're from a country speaking those languages, we may be able to make your stay easier.
Motto: It's all about the path not the destination…are we there yet?