Thursday, June 30, 2011

Beautiful Seward

Hi all!
Went to the dentist today for some gum work, so not very chatty today.  Honestly though, Seward is like this wee little jewel tucked up against mountains and the sea.
This is the view from my hotel room, lovely yeah?

 Hotel lobby.  Love those windows!  Sure wouldnt want to clean 'em.

 Downtown Seward has many "old" buildings.  I say "old" because the town was established in 1903, but for Alaska tis old.  Oh....see the wee little orange car?  Yup!  That's mine.

No, I have no idea what I.O.O.F. stands for, and there wasnt any signage to explain it, sure wish there had of been.....

 I'm not sure if this was a dock that was damaged in the '64 earthquake or not.  I just thought it was picturesque.
 Wee little mussels (?) live between the rails of the dock from above.  Dinner anyone?

 Yeah a hipstamatic pic, couldnt resist.

Kenai Lake on the way out of Seward. 

I promise that I'll get caught up on my comments on everyone's blogs, but am so behind the power curve right now you just wouldn't believe it.  And now, I'm going to go lie down, my mouth is throbbing.  See ya!


  1. Thanks for the photos. It's nice to see a place I know I'll never get to visit in person.

    I found this on Google: I didn't see that they have any Alaska chapters though.

  2. I.O.O.F. = International Order of Odd Fellows

    Now you tell ME what that means!

    More AWESOME scenery!!!! I am solidifying plans! I may come by RV or magic carpet, but I am coming!!!

    Peace <3

  3. It looks like an amazingly interesting place - I can see why you went.

    Two things about an orange car: you don't loose it very often in car parks AND people can see you coming so can take suitable avoiding action.

    Our car is the same as everyone else's so it's good for under-cover work - like robbing banks.

  4. I'm lovin' the photo-tour!

  5. Poor you. I have always claimed a visit to the dentist are a double painful experience. It hurts when you're there, and even more when you receive the bill. Ugh.

    Thanks for the tour!