We headed back up the 1, leaving Homer on our way to Seward, another seaside town on the Kenai Peninsula. Along the way, we passed another glacier. The view from the highway really showed it's size. The sides of the road also had many names and phrases made by passerby's efforts using local rocks. "Love" letters and "I was here" notes went on for miles.
It was definitely a day of driving. The weather was cloudy/foggy as we traveled down to Seward. The dogs were in their routine. An occasional dog would come up to us in the front seat to say hey.
We got into Seward mid day. It was quite unimpressive. Maybe it was the clouds. It appeared dingy and had no small town charm like Homer. We stopped at the Visitor's Center and really did not find much to do. We drove around town and after some ball play with the dogs at a local park, we headed North, back to Tok. All roads lead to Tok.
We landed in Tok around 8 PM. The ride there was impressive as we drove through mountains. We stopped and set up camp. We would be headed back to Canada tomorrow on our way to Haines to catch the ferry to Juneau. Another Capital and a few more border crossings. Fingers crossed.