Dancing Eagles Cabin and Bed and Breakfast

Address: P.O. Box 264, Seldovia, Alaska, 99663, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on P.O. Box 264, Seldovia.
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Travel Blogs from Seldovia

Watching Rats In the Bay

A travel blog entry by kathrynmccormic on Sep 11, 2014

31 photos

... look but he managed to stay away from wherever I walked. I should have stayed at the van and saved my energy as I think Jenny had just a s good a view of the otter as I did. They dive down and get their tucker and then float on their backs and eat it. I was told they eat clams and this was what I thought he was eating but when I saw the photos it was a little crab as well. Actually, they look good from a distance but are quite ugly up close. Just like a ...

Where are we?

A travel blog entry by imageyonder on Aug 23, 2014

4 photos

... on the Kenai Peninsula instead, Seldovia. We had to insist to know where we were but it's an unexpected bonus to have lunch there, and explore the eccentricities of the place, before news that Anchorage is clear, and we're off north to get back on schedule.


Seldovia in a Day

A travel blog entry by boysplus on Jun 18, 2013

1 comment, 14 photos

... Russian Orthodox Church. There is a very heavy Russian influence in this part of Alaska.

As the locals keep reminding us, the weather has been perfect. We had lunch at the Tidepool Cafe, sitting on the deck outside overlooking the harbor. The lunch was really great...unexpected since it was the only open restaurant in town. We did some more walking and, on the advice of our cab driver (land not water) stopped in at ...

The finish line is in sight

A travel blog entry by nealinthailand on Aug 01, 2012

1 comment, 7 photos

... in college I had quite the collection of hemp necklaces but really that’s about it. I have recently obtained a little something called a wedding band and it took some getting used to because I had never really worn a ring before. A few weeks ago I briefly lost the ring and it was very strange and amusing how naked I felt without it. I was constantly rubbing my finger or looking down at where it should have been and wasn’t. I know ...

Celebrating July 4 in Seldovia

A travel blog entry by onewolfpack on Jul 04, 2011

19 photos

... to give that a try of course.

Also, on the way we passed Gull Island where there were thousands of kittiwakes with quite a few cormorants. We saw a lot of seabirds along the way. The coolest were the puffins. How this bird ever came to this part of the world is a mystery. It almost looks like it would be somewhere like Central America. There were a lot of sea otters too. ...

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