Lyn & Joanne's RV Adventure to Alaska travel blog






We left Homer about 8:30 am for our trip to Seward about 170 miles. Good scenery along the way, but didn't see any wildlife of importance. We had lunch at "Trail Lake Lodge" at Moose Pass, because we had heard they had great "Signature" Seafood Chowder. We got there about noon and the Chowder wasn't ready yet, which we thought was strange, so we opted to split a Salmon Caeser Wrap, as we want to have as much seafood while we are here as we can. Its nice to enjoy it where it lives and is caught. We were a little early getting to our campground, so we went on into town and tried to scope it out a bit. The streets were very crowded and parking was at a premium, and with the camper in tow, it wasn't easy to find a parking spot. Adding to the traffic was a cruise ship at the dock, and all its passengers in the streets and shops along the bay. We did find we were able to park at the Chamber of Commerce information center where we got lots of information about the Seward area. We then went to our campground, "Stoney Creek RV Park", north of town a bit, set up and as the weather was nice, invited Anna, Uwe, Rod & Joanne over for social hour.

We were ancious to hear about Uwe and Anna's Halibut fishing of the day prior. They each got their limit of 2 Halibut, and were nice enough to share a couple of fillets with us to have later.

A light dinner and early to bed.

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