One day a black bear walked into the Breeze Inn in Seward, Alaska, but was encouraged to leave.
Looks like they might get up to 50” of snow this week in Seward, though it also looks a little warm for that to happen.
When I lived in Alaska, people told me the only way you’d survive winter is if you love winter activities. I don’t ski, but I would enjoy cross-country skiing and snowmachine-ing (they don’t call them snowmobiles). Did I mention it’s March 10th? (Image from this wunderground.com page.)
As I was sitting in my favorite coffee shop in Seward this afternoon, a dog walked in the back door and just stood there, looking at everyone. Owner tells me he was looking for a good poker game. ;)
~ photo from Seward, Alaska, February 25, 2011
This is a photo of a day tour boat in Resurrection Bay, Seward, Alaska
September 26, 2010: I went down to Seward, Alaska for a short vacation this week, and woke up to a 5.5 magnitude earthquake one morning. True story: I was in the middle of a dream when I suddenly heard the song "Rock The Boat" playing as someone grabbed my left wrist. I then woke up to hear something rattling in the hotel room, and before I could think of who I was, where I was, or what to do, the earthquake stopped.
Once upon a time I came across same killer whales (orcas) in Alaska, off the coast of Seward.
If you like signs, this signpost on the corner of 4th and F streets in Anchorage, Alaska shows the distance to many other cities in the U.S. and around the world.
This is a photo of the RV campground in Seward, Alaska. Several people had small fires burning, and it was great to talk with the people there.
The solitude of hiking in Alaska. This photo was taken in the Kenai Peninsula, near Seward.
Keep right ... if you can. Deep snow on the drive to Seward, Alaska, March, 2010.