The snow is (kind of) starting to melt, the sun is (kind of) starting to shine, and all throughout Alaska, creatures, human and animal alike, are beginning to emerge from their hibernation.
Spring in Alaska, and Seward in particular because we’re partial, is a glorious time of year. We’re rested, we’re hungry, and we’re ready to feel the blood pumping through our veins again. It’s a time of year when everyone is all smiles and the hope for summer is infectious. Don’t get us wrong – we love the winter as well and the activities it brings, but summer….ah, summer.
Now that it’s technically spring, Seward is in the throes of tourist preparation. Kayaks are being hauled out of storage and dusted off, small cruise boats are doing spring maintenance, and our café, the Sea Bean, will shortly be stocking coffee, baking pastries, and welcoming customers.
It’s a fabulous time; one we all look forward to. It’s a time when seasonal workers begin returning to Seward and bonfires are had on the beach, a grand nomadic reunion. We all trek back to Seward each spring so that we can spend our summers showing you Alaska and sharing with you why we love it so much – why it deserves to be loved so much. Because Alaska truly is a magical place; a place that touches your heart and soul so deeply. And Seward is a special place indeed. Nestled on the boundary of the Kenai Fjords National Park, and tucked into the foothills of the Chugach Mountains, Seward rests quietly at the literal end of the road. It is a mecca for outdoor adventure, and the launching site for majestic ice and primitive wilderness. Your outdoor activity adventures while in Seward are astounding and quite possibly overwhelming. But just ask us – we’ll be happy to point you in the right direction.
When you book your stay at Sauerdough Lodging, you’re investing in the memories of a lifetime.
Blog by Liberty Elias Miller. Visit her website here: https://www.libertyeliasmiller.com/