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Weather Permitting - May 15, 2014

 

Wolfgang Kurtz | The Seward Phoenix LOG

Youthful visitors to Seward engage in evening angler practice in Resurrection Bay against the backdrop of the Resurrection Mountains at Waterfront Park. Last year, early May was relatively cool with record low temperatures and a snowfall in Seward on May 16. In contrast, this month local campgrounds and RV parks are enjoying an early surge in traffic with sunny days and record temperatures anticipating the usual onset of spring. The winter's light snow pack is disappearing rapidly meaning that area trails from Mount Marathon to Exit Glacier are mostly bare and dry and clear for foot traffic.

 

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