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North America » United States » Alaska » Seward July 14th 2005

Forget injuries, never forget kindnesses.---------Confucius WE ARE HEADING TO YELLOWSTONE FOR A WEEK THEN TO GRAND TETONS FOR 4 DAYS -------- THEN HOME TO GET READY FOR THE NEXT TRIP MAUREEN AND BOB July 14, 2005, Thursday. After a full day of rain yesterday, Thursday began with glimmers of sunshine and got our hopes up for the 8 hour Kenai Fjord National Park Cruise. However arriving at the pier, the staff informed us the weather was very unsettled out in the Alaskan Gulf. Did we want to continue with the trip? And, if the weather got worse the boat would be forced to return early. Hey life is a gamble and this is our window of opportunity, so of course, we went. Kenai gives us a glimpse back to when ice covered much of North ... read more
Sea Lions
Sea Lions

North America » United States » Alaska » Seward July 12th 2005

We’re all proud of making little mistakes. It gives us the feeling we don’t make any big ones.-----------Andy Rooney July 12, 2005, Tuesday. We arrived in Seward and did some walking in the downtown, but the weather was not cooperative, rainy and cool. The Alaska Sealife Center sound good, indoors. Well it was great! It is an educational center on sealife. We observed harbor seals and stellar sea lions swimming about. The ranger’s talk on seals was quite informative. The seals in Seward are disappearing….why? That is the reason for research. We spent most of the afternoon at the sealife center and then moved on to Stony Creek Campground. Nice and clean. Time to do laundry. July 13, 2005, Wednesday. Stopped at the beauty shop and had the nicest young man fix my hair. Most ... read more
Glacier moraine
Glaciated rock
Mountains

North America » United States » Alaska » Seward June 22nd 2005

We had two wonderful weeks camping and exploring Alaska. We spent several days in the Seward area, where the sun always shined and the 24 hours of daylight made it possible to take on 16 mile hikes without fear of getting back before dark. We had no encounters with bears, which made me happy as I didn't know if my dog Ceali would try to take them on and only end up making them mad and leading them to us. We got to see Mt. Denali from the Denali State Park (dogs are not allowed in the national park) and grizzly bear cubs from the bus within the national park. My dad and I had 24 nights of making camp every night and sleeping on the ground, cooking our meals over my camp stove, lots of ... read more
the amazing hike
effects of global warming
very tired dogs

North America » United States » Alaska » Seward September 7th 2003




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