Seward Windsong Lodge
Travel Blogs from Seward
Our last morning aboard the Zaandam. We dressed and packed the last of our belongings into our day packs and left our cabin for the last time. It was a stunning blue-sky day in Seward, the first really fine weather we had had since Ketchikan, our first port of call.
We went up for breakfast and opted to share. We ended up at a table …
Boat tour of wildlife on waters & land and scenery & glacier agin for 9 hours today! Yeah! It's going to be good despite the rain. Our route today is the black line one into the Northwestern Fjords.
Glaciers seen: …
On the Coastal Classic Alaska Railroad Train from Anchorage to Seward down Southeast by Gulf of Alaska Coast. Things seen on Coastal Classic Train: Turnagain Arm Portage Valley with ossicles trees after their death from 1964 earthquake of 9+ caused sea water with salt to come onto land Trail glacier Spencer glacier Bartlett glacier Canons used to …
Harold Camping's prediction of the rapture occurring on May 21, 2011 came and went uneventfully. Perhaps the only thing that rose were levels of anxiety in some folks. I guess I viewed it as more of a "Doris kind of Day - ...what ever will be will be." I was nearly 100% sure the rapture would not occur, I mean afterall, the Good Book instructs that …
We started off in Anchorage and on our first day took the early morning
train to Seward. The train ride follows along side the Seward scenic
hwy, considered one of the most beautiful byways in the US. Leaving
Anchorage the train descends thru Anchorage Wildlife Refuge, aka
Potters Marsh, and Turnagain Arm, featuring the world's 2nd …
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- Free parking