Bear Creek Cabins
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Cloudy, light rain, a little blue sky. 56°F (13°C)
Headed off just after 9:30 towards Seward, pronounced 'sewered' in the Kenai N P, pronounced 'keen-eye'. Part of the drive was beside a lovely lake although the low cloud and light rain didn't show it off at its best. We drove into the town which is lovely with the old style buildings and lots …
Rain all day 16° or 18°C
We left home after our own breakfast of cereal, yoghurt and juice at 8:15 even though we didn't need to be there until 9. We easily found where to park, away from the harbour, and the shuttle bus provided by the cruise company came straight away. We booked in, having already booked and paid, $US 321.58 (with $50 off …
July 7, 2015 (Day 55) Seward, AK
Total Miles: 4606
City RV Park
Staying here for 3 nights.
Easy drive from Ninilchik to Seward on good roads. Great scenery and as we drove along the beautiful Kenai River, I realized that I was going to regret the schedule changes we made that cut out the plan to fish on the ...
... spectacular site. Being a little rough he changed the normal route. Ajalik Glacier is one we were suppose to see, but it is still too frozen in there for the boat to go. He looked all over for Puffins. We finally did see on Horned Puffin at a distance on a ledge. He is not sure why, there are usually thousands of them around. He took us to a bald eagle nest.
We went ...
Great day! Even though it was rainy and cold, we bundled up in our rain gear and cruised Resurrection Bay. Captain Eric, who was red headed and twelve years old was our guide. We were able to view glaciers, but we really enjoyed seeing the sealife. Sea otters are adorable! We also viewed seals, transient orcas (which is rare) , humpback whales and a gray whale. We also viewed some pretty cool birds, including 4 eagles. I really never knew a ship could come ...