Berry Patch Bed and Breakfast
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John Ben "Benny" Benson, Jr. designed the Alaska flag when he was 13 years old when he won a design contest in 1927, 32 years before Alaska became a state in 1959.
When Benny's mother died when he was just 3 years old, his father felt compelled to sent him and his brother Carl to an orphanage that was in Unalaska and ...
... town comes alive as the competitors race 3 miles up the sheer face of the mountain and then scramble back down. From the base the track looks like a mountain goat trail. We will be looking for news of this race when we return home. There is evidence of new building and development in Seward. The community was devastated in the tsunami following the 1964 earthquake and the foreshore has lots of advisory signs giving directions for evacuation routes. Apparently each Tuesday evening ...
... want to check out his handiwork go to the following website: irbiknives.com. We head on down to Seward and the rain was starting to let up a bit so we got some peeks of the peaks! We had reservations at Miller’s Landing for a cabin. We arrived and checked in. Upon reaching the cabin or shack (Chief Mate Cabin), we found that it had no heat except a wood burning stove and a broken toilet. Well that would not ...
... small and cute like a classic log cabin. The sea life center was right down the street from our cabin. It was an amazing facility full of Alaskan marine animals. The exhibits with the harbor seals and sea lions were awesome both the animals were extremely active. The puffins and other birds were cool because you could watch the birds underwater. The salmon that were king salmon were huge. Many marine animals were in rehab at the facility including many ...
... smooth as glass!!! This was indeed a rare day in Seward and we absolutely could not have asked for more perfect weather. It was incredibly warm out. There was no wind or shelter from the sun, and I often dipped my hand into the water to splash myself with its coolness. We headed down the coast just past Caines Head, where he steered the zodiak port to cut across the bay to our first fishing spot. Just outside of Sunny Cove, trouble began. The motor jolted and ...