Seward is packed on the longest day of the year. Between salmon runs, the Sea Life Center, mountain climbing and glacier viewing, you’re lucky if you find a parking space for your bicycle. Hotels, motels, bed and breakfast services and camping grounds are full. Pedestrians spill out to the numerous walking trails, find their way […]Read More
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When we last saw our hero he was tucking away his trusty bi-focals and preparing for immediate nastiness. Let us join him and see what happens next.
With the summer’s end about to be kissed by winter’s idea of foreplay, fall, and work slow, I chose to take a week plus some leave of civilization and head to the mountains to hike and camp out.
The thaw had come. The sun, so weak and wispy short months before, moved higher and stronger into the sky, erupting into violent golden…Read More