Renfro's Lakeside Retreat
Travel Blogs from Seward
... to look down on the glacier, then go down to the river bed to see the ice water runoff and look up at it. A few long, skinny waterfalls on the side helped add to the river flow.
The glacier is only about 15 minutes from town. When we got back, we stopped at the Alaska Sea Life Center. It took about 1 1/2 hours to go through the exhibits. They had a few sea lions and harbor seals, and a ...
... Back to the hotel we asked if my bag had come but the answer
was no. In our room we downloaded photos and caught up with Facebook and our
We walked to the Hospitality Centre but it was closed for
the night. I had chosen Hard Rock Café for my birthday tea but we discovered it
wasn’t open!! More bad lick on my birthday.
So we went to the Visitor Information Centre to find out
what we could do in Anchorage. The woman, Shelley, ...
... villages and the coastal areas. The drive to Anchorage was very boring (or maybe we are becoming accustomed to these beautiful mountains) and nothing really to report. We passed through Wasilla and grocery shopped at Fred Myers, a Kroger affiliated chain, but more like a Walmart. We spent the night at the very non-descript Golden Nugget RV Park in Anchorage and grilled chicken outside for dinner. I had a lot ...
Allergies are worse here....I didn't think allergies could get worse than Iowa
Fruit goes bad a lot quicker than in Iowa. I haven't figured out why yet. Ideas?
My skin gets really dry without lotion.
I never remember what day of the week it is.
The weather was fantastic for the first week I was here. Sunny and cool! This second week was much ...
... our walk into town and were soon back at the small boat harbour. We stopped there briefly to eat a banana and came across a memorial to the some 130 people lost in an earthquake in 1964. From there we followed a footpath which runs near the waterfront, and along the large camping ground where there were lots of RVs parked. Our driver guide to Anchorage later told us that the cost of a powered site is in the order of $1000 per month. We noticed ...