Sourdough Sunrise B & B
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- Non-smoking hotel
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... is much too rough for skipping.
We leave after an hour, and head toward Rugged Island, the outer most island before entering the bay. There are bunkers up on top which served us in WWII against an invasion from the sea. Seward is the northernmost, ice free port, therefore it was of strategic importance. Although it was never invaded, we were ready.
We go by several rookeries where puffin and gulls come to nest ...
... of the place and time to play with the bear-chasing puppies (these dogs for real chase away bears!), we bought a bucket of dirt and were taught how to pan it for gold by one of the owners (she's from Cameron Parish but living here the past 30 years - yep it's a small world). It takes lots of patience and time; but for our effort, we all found some pretty rocks worth nothing and a few gold flakes. Half-point reflection: While I know I ...
... around the pier. Show time at night. Our first full day of sailing is in the gulf (no inside passage until tomorrow morning). The seas get rougher as the day goes on and the Captain slows down and uses the stabilisers to try and give us a more comfortable ride. I like the rocking and rolling but Colleen succumbs and is a write off for the next 24 hours. I enjoy the activities on board ...
... perfect day. The next day was not a sunny one - rainy and misty all day. That was fine as we just wanted a restful day. We rode Doc in and kicked around Seward a little bit. Ate our lunch down by Resurrection Bay and walked to a great coffee house in an old historic church. We rode out to the Caines Head Recreation area and trails. In better weather would love to hike out there and do some paddling. Maybe we'll be back.
Carrie and ...
... iPad to download pictures I'll add them. Gov. Sara Palin anointed Seward the City of Murals. We couldn't see Russia from here. On our last day we went through the aquarium. Quite impressive with the marine animals and sea birds in natural habitats. At the museum we watched a film of the 1965 earthquake and tsunami that completely destroyed Seward. We took a drive out to an area we were sure there would be moose in the swampy ponds. No moose but ...