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Travel Blogs from Seward
... size: 12.727272033691406px; line-height: 17.27272605895996px;">Several Sea Lions
Tons of Cormorants
Many Bald Eagles
... were visible. At first I thought it was the loch ness monster - found!! Also along the highway the pump line and railroad tun parallel.
We see evidence of the big earthquake of 1964 where the land dropped 6-13 feet around the Turnagain Arm and we see the remains of a treed area now turned into marsh. As we head closer to the Kanai Peninsula we see many glaciers, although once again the weather is not all that great. ...
... The views are like out of a magazine! The railroad is defiantly the way to travel! As we made our way to Seward, we saw numerous glaciers, including Spencer, went thru 5 tunnels, and saw lakes, including Resurrection Lake and you could see the mountains mirrored in the water. The waters had a bluish-tealish color because it is glacier water. Reagan really enjoyed the train! She loved jumping train car to train car and ...
... and then swing your legs over the side and into the boat. I pulled this off perfectly, especially the beached whale part. We had a thrilling high speed 15 minute ride back up the bay to Lowell Point, where we had parked the motor home, made a quick stop at the market and headed back to our RV park accommodations for dinner.
We're heading for Homer tomorrow. Nothing specific planned. 2 weeks down, one to go. It is just flying by.
... 8217;s going to happen. Tiffany sang Shout, while the rest of us sung back-up vocals and I banged a tambourine like a fool. It was a lot of fun.
Apart from that, this whole week following was a bit of a quiet one. Nothing to report. My friend Gary is going to come on as a friend on board next week in Vancouver for a week, so that’ll be a lot of fun and I’ll have somebody to share this bonkers experience with.