|The "Dallas" Site, Millers Landing, Seward, AK|
Happy Birthday to my daughter Karin, and Welcome back to the US from her 4 year stay in Botswana!
We packed up and headed back north on AK 1, and switched to AK 9, the Seward Highway near Moose Pass. We are in some "interesting" sites at Millers landing in Seward. The campground is at the end of a long gravel road, and has sites in the woods that are the most unlevel I've camped in since a site at Black Rock Campground in Joshua Tree National Park, CA. My front tire of the RAV4 is 5" in the air sitting on a tree root, and the right wheel of the trailer is sunken 4" in the mud (which is good, because the 5" that the Anderson Leveler can adjust for wouldn't have been enough without the other wheel sinking). The site was $38.11 for electric only (more on that later), and the showers require nonrefundable tokens at $1.00 each for 2 minutes. At least they are close to the sites. While Don's site has it's own 30 amp receptacle, mine has two 30 amp receptacles that are fed by one 30 amp breaker (and yes, there is someone in the other site using the other half of the 30 amps). Hope we both don't try to run electric heat tonight!
There is another Scamp in the campground that is in one of the waterfront sites. While a bunch of them are empty, they were not available for us. There is WiFi, however it keeps disconnecting from the internet, so I'm not sure I will be able to load today's photos & page. The last attempt managed to upload one small image before dropping the internet connection.
Well, the internet is back & I'm posting this before it goes away again! More photos at today's LakeshoreImages page.
Dinner will be goulash.