For such a small town, Seward has a large collection of public art. In fact, the Alaska state legislature named Seward the Mural Capital of Alaska in 2008 because of the prominent number of murals that can be seen around town.
We never take flying for granted.
Maybe it’s a result of growing up in the 70’s and 80’s, when going on an airplane was still a big deal for most people, but we’re always thrilled to see familiar territory in a new way, and even the most mundane of terrain becomes fascinating at 30,000 feet. And when the landscape is particularly spectacular, as is the case with Alaska, the flight becomes a gift laid out before our eyes.