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Seward  
* Seward was our final stop on the trip (not including one final night in Anchorage).  Seward is pretty small (they boast of 3,000 year-round residents), and the activities are pretty much all centered around the sea.
* After spending nearly two weeks trying to find bald eagles, I was finally rewarded with one very persistent bald eagle circling overhead with a fish in his talons.  Incredibly, the eagle was circling because he was being dogged by some type of sea gull (or kittywake) trying to take his fish!  I just whipped off the main road, yanked out my camera, crossed my fingers that the eagle would get close (he didn't), and we watched for about 10 minutes.  What a magnificent creature!
* Eat at Ray's.  They slice open the monster crab legs so you can just lift the meat out with a fork!
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