One of the benefits of living in Alaska for the summer is all of the ground you get to stomp while here. There are tons of things to do all over Alaska, and fortunate enough for me, most of them lie in Seward.
My friends and I have taken advantage of all of the wonderful things Seward has to offer, and all of the Alaska SeaLife Center discounts we receive for being employees! Bonus!
We have gone on cruises around Resurrection Bay & beyond...
We have gone ziplining into the abyss & repelled down trees...
In June, I had a wonderful visit from my mom in North Carolina. We got to go on an Ididarod dogsled ride, and snuggle with their puppies, too!
The following day, we visited Exit Glacier. As we approached it, there were signs that had a date of when Exit Glacier reached that far. It was incredibly disheartening to see how much it had retreated, but I'm glad we got to visit it before it melts any more.
Of course, nothing compared to the amazing hikes in the area!
But honestly, how can you compete with the natural beauty that was just 2 blocks from my apartment in Seward?
Truly amazing time spent in Seward. There are so many more opportunities available there that I didn't even have enough time for! I look forward to going back and exploring more of Alaska!