Mac's 2012 Alaska RV Trip travel blog

RV/SUV at Beluga Point - there were 4 sheep way up near...

RV/SUV at Beluga Point

Beluga Point

Beluga Point

Beluga Point

Beluga Point

Beluga Point

Beluga Point

Beluga Point

Along the Seward Highway

Along the Seward Highway

Along the Seward Highway

 

Along the Seward Highway

Along the Seward Highway

Along the Seward Highway

Along the Seward Highway

Along the Seward Highway

Along the Seward Highway

Along the Seward Highway

Along the Seward Highway

Along the Seward Highway

Along the Seward Highway

Along the Seward Highway

Along the Seward Highway

Along the Seward Highway

View out RV right front at Seward Resort

Seward Small Boat Harbor

Seward Small Boat Harbor

Seward Small Boat Harbor

Seward Small Boat Harbor

Seward Small Boat Harbor

Seward Small Boat Harbor

Mountains surrounding Seward

Mountains surrounding Seward

Mountains surrounding Seward

"Train Wreck" small business center

Seward Small Boat Harbor

Seward Small Boat Harbor

Seward Small Boat Harbor

Seward Small Boat Harbor

Resurrection Bay

Resurrection Bay

Resurrection Bay

Resurrection Bay

 

Seward Founders Memorial

Mountains surrounding Seward

Benny Benson Memorial

Benny Benson Memorial

Benny Benson Memorial

Benny Benson Memorial

Benny Benson Memorial


I got up at 05:30AM to rain and a temperature of 51 degrees.

I left my site at 08:30AM. I had to wait in line to dump my tanks. I left the RV dump station at 08:57AM. I stopped at the Shoppette/Gas Station and filled the RV with diesel. 56.634 gallons at 4.099 a gallon. I left at 09:20AM.

I drove Alaska 1 (Glenn Highway) into Anchorage then south on Alaska 1 (Seward Highway) to Alaska 9 (Seward Highway) to the Seward Resort (military campground) in Seward, Alaska. The weather started to clear once I got into Anchorage and got better as I went south. I stopped at Beluga Point; however, the tide was out and no whales were visible but I did see some sheep up on the mountain.

I arrived at Seward Resort at 12:55PM. 50amp E/W/CATV and Wi-Fi.

After getting set up I drove into Seaward. I stopped at the Visitor Center first then ran the SUV through the car wash. I then drove over to the Cruise Ship Terminal but no cruise ships were in port. I drove through downtown stopping at various places to snap a couple of pictures. One was the memorial to the young man who lived in Seward and his design was adopted as the Alaska State Flag when they were admitted to the Union in 1959. I came back to the RV just before 17:00PM.

I had a cheeseburger and fries at the Freedom Fighters Lounge here at the resort for dinner.

130.3 RV miles today – 3 hours and 37 minutes driving time.

8.6 SUV miles today.



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