Kenai Fjords National Park
I was awakened at 11:30 pm by the motorhome being shaken back and forth. I first thought some pranksters were pushing on the motorhome to make it rock. However, no one was outside. I then thought it must be very windy and the force of the wind was making the motorhome rock. After a minute or two, the rocking stopped and I went back to sleep. The next morning I learned that the rocking was not from the wind but a 4.7 magnitude earthquake near Soldotna (Nikiski). I stayed in Soldotna just about 10 days ago!! Seward is only two hours away from Soldotna, so we were close enough to have been impacted by a 4.7 magnitude earthquake. Charlene peacefully slept through the entire episode. I was a little “shaken” by the force of the rocking!
Seward Helicopter Ride!!
Drive to Seward!!
Boondocking near Seward!!
I met a couple that was traveling while we both were in Homer, Alaska. They told me about a great place to boondock camp near Seward. It took me three tries to find the correct entrance, but it opened up to a dry riverbed section of the Resurrection River. It is surrounded with beautiful mountains! This was a treat to enjoy! The photos show the 4 directions around my campsite. The only downside is that there was no cellular service at this location. I guess I can survive without internet access for a day. 😉