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August 14th 2013
Published: August 14th 2013
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Sunrise on the Spit
Day 28 Tuesday August 13

Homer to Seward 175 Miles

We woke up to this glorious sunrise streaming into our front window, but there was a shroud of clouds covering the entire range of mountains. It was eerie to think that the mountains were hidden just behind them. Before we left, the veil was lowering and we could see the tops of the mountains for the last time on the spit.

We retraced our path up to Kenai and headed east, then picked up Alaska Highway 9 at Tern Lake Junction. We pulled into the City of Seward Parks and Recreation Caravan Camping area around 2:15. We are right on the water at the Seward area of Cook Inlet.

We had friends over for fresh halibut that they caught yesterday. Then took a walk down the path by the water.


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The cloud veil lowering to revealing the mountains behind
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Views along the way
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The clouds played among the mountains all day adding depth and texture
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On the road headed to our campground
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From our campsite
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The clouds picking up the sunset during our walk.


16th August 2013

That looks like a nice place for a campsite Great pic so so pretty
1st September 2013

Hey, great pics! And the air looks so clear.

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