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The two RV Gypsies in Seward, Alaska
June 19, 2009
Seward is a picturesque town nestled on the shores of Resurrection Bay, where mountains rise majestically from crystal blue waters. Honored 3 times as an "All-America City", Seward is now over 100 years old, and reflects the spirit of the Alaskan pioneer. The weather in the summer ranges from 39 degrees to 63 degrees. The two RV Gypsies have not felt the 63 degree weather yet.
Traveling from Whittier to Seward, the two RV Gypsies were amazed to see a bicycle path that went for many, many, many miles alongside the roadway, not in the road itself.
a bicycle path
great scenery
And of course, more construction - a local resident told the two RV Gypsies, "We have 4 seasons in Alaska -- almost winter, winter, still winter, and construction."
more construction
big bump in the road
It is common to have traffic signals at bridges because many bridges are narrow and have to be one-way at a time, however a few times the two RV Gypsies came across a bridge or two that fit 2-way traffic..
a one-way bridge
a normal bridge
history bookSeward was named for President Lincoln's Secretary of State, William Henry Seward, the man who engineered the Purchase of Alaska from Russia in 1867. Seward was founded in 1903. During the Alaska gold rush, Seward was the start of the Iditarod Trail, which led to the northern gold fields.
sign - Welcome to Alaska's Kenai Peninsula
sign - Seward welcomes you
Seward Harbor
Seward Harbor
Seward Harbor
kids don't float program
a carved bench
fishermen cleaning their catch
drive-up espresso stands were everywhere
with no two alike
fisherman cleaning their catch
drive-up expresso
a "cave" in the rocks along the road
a "cave" in the rocks along the road
a "cave" in the rocks along the road
Bear Creek RV Park had cable TV, full-hookups, laundry room, propane fill-ups, a small convenience store, continental breakfast, and was within walking distance to the salmon trying to get upstream.
entrance to RV park
sign - Bear Creek RV Park

go to the next adventure of the two RV Gypsies in Alaskasalmon trying to get upstream and another glacier excursion