The Seward Phoenix Log - News of the Eastern Kenai Peninsula since 1966

By LOG Staff 

Open for business - August 1, 2013

 

Leon Youngblood | The Seward Phoenix LOG

Turning Head Kennels, owned and operated by Travis Beals and Sarah Stokey, is a good place to get your mush on any time of the year. Offering dog sled rides powered by Iditarod hardened veteran race dogs, some of the hounds will run to Nome again in 2014. Stop by 31722 Herman Leirer Road from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. or set up an off-hours reservation by calling 224-6686.

The summer in Seward this year has been a season without peer. The happy clamor of visitors strolling along the sun-kissed shores of Resurrection Bay set the mood for a community embracing the golden vision of a prosperous future. Walking the downtown streets savoring each and every ray of light is often a exercise left to the imagination. A powerful imagination. However, visitors and locals alike have prospered under an orb that has bestowed an endless shower of lyrical delight Nothing is left to daydreams in this waking vision.

It goes without saying that there is something about Seward on a sunny summer day that must be experienced to be understood or even believed. Piercing calls of eagles, the chiming cries of ravens and seagulls, and dulcet tones of lesser winged fellows caress the ear and charm the eye. But none is so fair as the respite to be found in the cool savoring of soothing flavors at a bayside cafe or restaurant or the indolence of a lazy afternoon dropping a hook into the swells.

 

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