blossom runs down the beach at lowell point. i love the houses here. i would love to live on this beach...except for that dang tsunami thing. seward was hit hard by the tsunami of '64. it actually made the city much more appealing really. the docks were full of rails and those were all washed away. now the tourists can park thier rv's shoreside...just beware of tsunami warnings. lots of signs around town. seward has a nice open port year round so they are a major hub.
the rest of the pictures are back in hope. i'll put a few more seward pictures in later. it's always just a fun place to take pictures. great wildlife and i love docks. the above car has probably been in that location since it stopped working. as much as i love alaska. it's location is such that it can be impractical to get rid of used items. many small villages have unsightly garbage lying about. no doubt stuff is saved for possible parts for later. i do love old cars though...they just kinda look cool...even if they are really just trash.