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... Pass and then Trail Lake became Tern Lake and a much prettier color. The railroad had rejoined us and we went on into Seward. We had a nice lunch at a new brewery and visited the Alaska Sealife Center - a very well done museum and recovery center for abandoned sealife. We found the city campground right on the bay that was within walking distance of town. We could not see to the end of the bay or the tops of the surrounding mountains due to heavy fog and ...
... by Mama Grizzly (aka Caribou Barbie, pitbull in lipstick, Failin' Palin, half baked Alaskan and so on). I thought it would be a lot of fun, as this town had no doubt been put on the map during the 2008 USA presidential campaign. It turns out that I was wrong.
When we reached Wasilla, all we could see was a handful of fast food restaurants, a post office and a park. We weren't convinced that the GPS sent us to the centre of town, so Ted and I kept driving ...
... us were large peices of ice that had broken away from the glaicer. On top of some of these ice flows there were about 100 harbour seals perched...sunbathing it seemed. In this bay there is a population of over 300. These animals are grey in colour and very sleek!! From Aleyik Bay we headed out to the Chiswell Islands a small archipeligo between Resurrection and Aleyik Bays. This we were told is a prime whale hang out. As we cruised further out we ...
... I had to stop and take pictures the entire way up and back down. The trail was a challenge I won't lie. But once you made it to the top it was amazing. The hike down was just as challenging. We did stop on the long the way for a glacier foot bath. The water was so cold after soaking your feet for a few minutes you felt no pain.
We arrived back at the RV and I am now ready for some dinner. After 6 + miles of hiking I am one hungry girl. ...
Monday, August 10 - Seward, Alaska, United States - Day 2 of 3
Happy Birthday, Deana!
Our day started with a bus tour provided by Trails North. The bus driver, Whitey Van Deusen, owner of Trails North, took us on an informal tour of Seward and then to the Exit Glacier in Kenai Fjords National Park. His narration on local history, points of interest, natural features, and flora and ...