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Travel Blogs from Seward
... a tree. Kinda like those Dall Sheep in Denali. It's a bit hard to get excited over a speck that you need super vision to see!
I got excited about the next birds we saw though because they were Puffins!! They are such weird looking birds, I love them! Saw several little puffins flapping like mad things frantically trying to outrun the boat, failing then blip, diving under water. I'm sure they made it Jeffrey.
Sea a bit choppy as ...
... and I were
really glad to see them. To have Treva willing to come along on this adventure even for such a short
period of time is terrific. Needless to say it was really good to see them and
welcome them aboard. As the day went on
it was great to hear that they had had a terrific time on the first leg of
their journey. Everything had gone very
smoothly and their visits to Ketchikan, Juneau, and Skagway had ...
... in Seward July 13 around noon and had a quick tour around town. Seward has an ice free harbor the entire year so this is a busy port both for goods and fishing. The lovely odor of fish wafting in the breeze from the fish processing plants on the harbor front helped make our decision to hasten our ...
... for. Thirteen hardy souls climbed aboard.
Our boat, the Steller Sunrise, with Tanya as her captain and first mate Mary Beth, took us through the Kenai Fjords National Park. The park comprises 670,000 acres of the south coast and interior landmass of the Kenai Peninsula. Here the weather can be very harsh due to the extreme storms coming off of the Pacific Ocean. Great ...
... Alaskan crab legs. YUM! Oh, don’t want to forget to tell you about the heart shaped rock contest… the goal was to find a rock from the beach on Fox Island that is shaped like a heart. Let’s just say Kerri has a GREAT imagination! She’s still living that one down. Once our bellies are sufficiently stuffed we roll back on board and head for shore. Hope you enjoyed cruising with us today…. Nighty ...