June 13, 2014
Today, we traveled a mere 80 miles to the little town of Seward. Other than
packing up and traveling
in the rain, the trip was a non event.
The drive from Whittier to Seward was
beautiful. There were several
gorgeous lakes and lots of
streams and rivers along the way. But, I never get
tired of the snow capped mountains.
We arrived in Seward, and quickly found the
Waterfront Campground. Oh, did I say campground. This is the first time we have stayed in a campground in ten days. We have been spoiled by our beautiful free pullouts along the way, but, since we are here for a few days, the campground was our best option. A little water and electricity never hurts.
And, we certainly can't complain about
the view of Resurrection Bay just out our front window.
Thank goodness, we arrived early...
because it didn't take long for the campground to fill up!
We took off to see the little
little town by the bay.
Later in the afternoon, we caught up with Wallace, Wanda, Bennit and Bea to visit the
Sea Life Center here in Seward. We had fun watching the
Harbor Seals, and
Sea Lions...this one was patiently waiting for his dinner to be served. He obviously knows that it comes from behind this door!
Afterwards, we drove
just down the road to
Miller's Landing Fish Camp to check out the menu for a possible plan for tomorrow night's dinner. They cook the fish and everyone that comes brings a side dish. Who knows...might just be the spot.
Time to head home.
Even though the temperatures today have held in the 50's, but, with the on and off rain, it seems a lot colder than it is...so, we all decided to do dinner tonight at our own rigs...and something warm was on my mind.
So, a pot of Chicken, Wild Rice, and Mushrooms was soon simmering on the stove.
No better way to finish off the day, a warm bowl of soup, watching
the cruise ship right out the front window of the motor home...well, that is unless
it is watching these two
bundled up crazies out for a walk!