Photo of the Week: “Driven Into the Ground”
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This is one of my favorite pictures from my first great adventure to Alaska in the summer of 2011. My girlfriend and I decided to end the trip with a weekend in Seward, AK where we visited Exit Glacier, dined on Alaskan Salmon and King Crab, and took part in an amazing paddling trip with a guide from Miller’s Landing! Our paddling trip turned out to be a gem not only for it’s natural beauty but for an incredible history lesson as well:

Seward, AK sits at the northern end of Ressurection Bay on the Kenai Peninsula and has long been heralded as a gateway to the Alaskan Interior. Strategically, the port carries great value. For starters, it’s home to the southern terminus of the Alaska Railroad and deep enough to accommodate large ships. Also, it’s one of the few Kenai ports that remains free from ice in the winter…

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