Crane'S Rest B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... br> After getting registered for our campsite in the campground, we drove down on the spit to pay for our bear trip. With the weather for Monday questionable for flying, we went on a search for another trip just in case the one on Monday is cancelled. Unfortunately, we were unsuccessful in that endeaver. Giving up, we decided to eat lunch at Land's End, the motel and ...
Left Homer AK this morning, short drive to Seward, lots of pretty lakes and rivers along the route. Will be in Seward 4 days at the Seward City Campground Waterfront Park. Looking out over Resurrection Bay. Glaciers, sealife and boats can be seen from the coach front window, just beautiful. After getting settled headed for the Seward Brewery with Pete, Toni, Jim & Candy. Rainy evening so 2 more episodes of Game of ...
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We braved the conditions and dashed inside where we watched a very good film all about Prince William Sound and looked at all the exhibits - the weather seemed to have put a lot of people off so we virtually had the place to ourselves. There was no let-up in the rain when we headed for Williwaw Campground – in fact it was so bad I couldn’t fill out the registration slip without returning to the ...
After arriving home, it didn't take long to jump right back into our "normal" routines. Having now had some time to reflect back on the trip and think about all of the amazing things we saw and experienced, it ocured to me that I should capture these in the blog. As with previous years, this trip took us to places we have never been, but dreamed of visiting. It gave us another opportunity to ...
Good Friday, two days before Easter is likely not a day looked forward to by residents of the Kenai Peninsula. For it was on that day in 1964 that the largest earthquake ever recorded in N. America and the second largest recorded anywhere (9.2 on the Richter scale) hit the region. As mentioned in an earlier blog posting, Alaska's main industrial port, Seward was devastated to be reborn as a tourist centre. The lower peninsula’s main ...