Friday, July 4, 2008

Adams Street, Seward, Alaska

Here are a few photos from today. We took our two vehicles out of the driveway to accommodate visitors to the festivities and at one point we had 4 vehicles in front of the house and 5 in the driveway.

The street, as usual for the Fourth of July, was packed. The men's race is the biggest draw and it starts at 3pm so the crescendo builds up until then. Look at the difference in photos from a few days ago in the post below.

If you click on the close up of the mountain you might just barely make out some of the runners on the right of the lower snow patch. The runners had to ascend through the clouds this year and although it might be harder to see, it's cool and refreshing in this grueling race.

1 comment:

Betweens said...

Melissa.. what beautiful scenery!! and I checked out the live video of your sea lions just awesome.. you are very lucky to be able to live in such natural glory. I will have to go back and see the rest of your blog.. quilting and stuff.