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... indicated how far the glacier had retreated. It is melting a foot a day. It is still massive but at that rate will not be here for other generations to enjoy. It is sad. But I should note the Honey Badger isn't helping the carbon foot print either. Seward has beautiful murals throughout town. The art work is of the towns history and the relationship to the land and sea. Really beautiful works. I took pictures of most of them. When I can get my camera, ...
... br> There is a nice sign explaining the trails and distances. This map can be found online as well. We decided on the trail that takes you to the edge of the glacier. There are 3 trails to choose from a wheel chair accessible trail which is paved most of the way to a glacier viewing point, a trail to the toe of the glacier and one to edge ...
... that if Brendan and Rachel ever come back it will be completely gone. The only (very small) advantage is that the glacier is retreating so fast that a creek hasn't had time to form at the edge of the glacier, which means that you can actually step on to it - something that I've not been able to do in other places like Iceland and Canada - so that was special.
Eventually arrived in Seward and checked in. Seward is very much the summer holiday destination for Alaskans ...
... a video on the 1964 earthquake. The other group worked on a scavenger hunt in the museum. When the movie was over, the groups switched spots. Everyone enjoyed learning all about the earthquake and the city of Seward. We left the city of Seward and headed toward Exit Glacier. Once we arrived, we met our Park Rangers. We split the kids into groups again and began our hike. We hiked about an hour to see Exit Glacier. After a few photos we continued our hike. ...
... of harbor seals basking on the shoreline in the afternoon sun. The captain cut the engines so we wouldn't startle them. Common muirs swam nearby and we were told they are quite uncommon as they can dive to 400 feet deep to feed. Further out to sea the temperature dropped precipitously reminding us that we should have brought more clothes. huge spay in the air showed us that the humpback whales were nearby and we saw them fluking as they prepared to dive ...
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1412 4th Avenue, Seward | 2 star hotelfrom $235
- Spectacular View
- Best room to offer for off season / Expensive during summer season
- Great off-season value
202 5th Avenue, Seward | 3 star hotelfrom $166
- Very Unhappy with the hotel
- Keep looking
- Location is good.
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