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Exit Glacier, Seward, Alaska

Saturday, July 7, 2007

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We spend the morning and early afternoon walking around Seward and relaxing at the campsite.
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Then we pack up and head over to the Stoney Creek RV Park, where we have reservations. We really like the municipal campground that we're at, but we made reservations at Stoney since we weren't sure if we would like the Seward Municipal Campground. Well, it turns out that we like the municipal campground more than the more expensive Stoney Creek....oh well.

We arrive at Stoney Brook RV to find that they just lost electric power. That would not be a big deal for us, except their computers need electric and are not working. So without the computers, they don't know which site we're assigned and they refuse to put us in a site til their computers are working--I think they need a back-up system in case their computers aren't working. Anyway, we eat our very late lunch, move the trailer to our assigned site, and then head out to Exit Glacier.

We hike up to the end of the glacier and take some pictures. After seeing the massive Portage Glacier a few days ago, this glacier isn't very impressive. But it is a nice hike and we do get a close-up view of a glacier.
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We head back to the RV park and Joe heads out behind the trailer to build a bridge across the creek. Normally, he builds a dam, but today he decides to build a bridge. There are 3 bald eagles flying above the creek that we watch while Joe builds his bridge.
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Posted by jengelman 13:54 Archived in USA Tagged family_travel

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