Bear's Den B&B and Lodging
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... 160;bay for awhile since I've been here. I finally had my chance! My co-worker Lila and I decided on a whim to drive to the other side of the bay and jump in! Anywhere else that might be easier but here the water is between 40-50 degrees. It took me about five minutes to finally do it and honestly it wasn't as cold as I expected! I really do enjoy living in a small town surrounded by the bay ...
... in Seward Sports Bar you will find the perfect place to watch World Cup!). The place was packed and the tourist draped in his German flag when appropriately nuts when they scored the only goal.
Back at the RV Sue and the kids were on a sugar high having each eaten a box from the sugar cereal variety pack. The three of them went to the playground to run it off and met their friends from the previous day. Later the new group of 2 families walked to the Sea Life ...
... outside of the ship and the hull could use some paint. That said, I looked for this stuff as it had be mentioned on CC. Sea air is really ******* paint jobs(just ask Matt whose grandparents had a house at the Jersey shore that had to be painted every other year!) and I would guess the constant exposure to sea water makes that even worse. My thought is that the cooler temps/rain of Alaska makes painting and staining harder than if it were dry and warm, no effect ...
... amazingly deep..down to 1000 ft for the fin whales. We also ran into a couple schools of porpoises the swam right beside the boat. We got up close and personal with a glacier and listened to the sound of it slowly sliding into the bay and even got to see it calve some small ice bergs Besides spotting a few bald eagles and lots of horned puffins, a bird the can deep dive and lots of common mores ...
... to Seward. This road is just like the photos you might see. Huge mountains covered with snow, shimmering water, and birds galore. Looked for Belugas but didn't see any - yet.
Our first stop was to fulfill Elijah's greatest wish - dog sledding! In May, you might ask? On the Kenai Peninsula in the town of Seward, the Seavey family is a well known local Iditarod family with the current dad being the oldest ever to win (last year), one of the ...