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... the length in about 10 minutes. There is a historic boardwalk, the historic part is that is survived the 1964 earthquake. Know as the Great Alaskan Earthquake it lasted nearly three minutes and was the most powerful recorded earthquake in US and North American history. and the second most powerful ever measured by seismograph with a magnitude of 9.2.
It was very interesting just to see all of the unusual artifacts ...
... good thing to feel this and I’m not complaining. I was just surprised how fast it happened. On a side note, it was not as if I took the ring off and lost it. I realized during my walk to work that it was not on my finger and I had no recollection of where it might have come off. Turns out that it fell off in my tent when I was shaking out my sleeping bag. I had to wait all day to get back to the tent before I could look around and find it.
... which was very tasty, and just left our server with a sizeable tip. I had the shrimp and scallop skewer, LJ a baked pasta dish - yum!
I literally was falling asleep and so we came back and I tried to blog, my saved post was lost when the internet disconnected so I gave up and went to bed by 9:30. LJ stayed up until midnight downloading photos and videos, which is great because now I can share them with you! Day two... ...
July 4, 2011 Seldovia
It was pretty exciting to celebrate Independence Day in Alaska. Alaska is such a patriotic state. We decided to go to Seldovia, on the south side Kachemak Bay. It's a charming, former fishing town of Russian heritage. Seldovia has gift shops, galleries, and a boardwalk that survived the 1964 earthquake. I loved the houses with stilts along the ...
... the bridges here in homer and that is none too cool. its nice to have a job already lined up when you get here and not have to worry about hunting around for employment. i want to go home :(
nothing too interesting going on around here at the moment. saw some orcas swimming by the to other day from the restaurant that i work in which was pretty cool. there are still the occasional otters swimming around and of course the bald eagles ...