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Seward - where the sea boils with silver

Due to its ice free port Seward has been a natural tourist destination for hundreds of years. It started with the natives using the area as a crossroad, later the Russians took refuge here and during the gold rush this was a natural landing point for gold diggers headed north to the Hope-Sunrise area. 644 more words


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A puffin landing in the Ocean, Seward.

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One of the great advantages of visiting Alaska are the extra hours of sunlight due to being so close to the Arctic Circle – while by the end of our stay we did actually see nightfall (for a few minutes) the rest of the time there was seemingly endless daylight.   832 more words

Giving Portage a Second Look

We had to drive right past Portage, Alaska to get back to Anchorage. So, with time to spare, we decided to take a closer look around. 177 more words


Bison and Moose and Bears, Oh My!

There is a lot of wildlife in Alaska, but you often don’t get a chance to photograph these creatures up close and personal. We spent an afternoon at the… 93 more words


Hidden Lake and Kenai River

We felt extremely lucky to score the only campsite right on the shore of Hidden Lake off Skilak Lake Road on the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska. However, Al had to use a little creativity to get haRVy comfortably level. 257 more words


Roaming Around the Kenai Peninsula

Ninilchik, Alaska is located about halfway between Soldotna and Homer on the Kenai Peninsula. On a clear day you can see four volcanoes across the Cook Inlet — Mount Spurr, Mount Redoubt, Mount Iliamna and Mount St. 183 more words