DAY 1: Homer, AK

After a long preparation, we are finally on the road again. We are on the road again with the all-electric VW ID.4 AWD. This time we are going from Homer in Alaska to Deadhorse the northernmost point of the US highway system and then to Key West. All this for the first time in spring without a service vehicle or brought along power sources.  Today was the tour start of the “VW ID.4 Alaska Tour” in Homer, AK the most southern point you can reach by car in Alaska.  The weather played along and we were able to take some nice pictures at Land’s End or Homer Spit, a small headland with a hotel resort at the end of the road. Not Homer Simpson but Homer Pennock founded the place in 1896 because of coal deposits in the area. We also passed a wooden carving of a fisherman and his typical flat halibut. Homer is known to be a fishing destination and halibut is a popular catch. In the place there is a 120KW strong charging station so we could charge in an hour ready to go to our next destination which is the Three Bears Alaska convenience store. Here we had a great experience and the manager Chris was very helpful.