This is Sean – he saved me.
I left Seward around 1 p.m. to hitch a ride back to Anchorage in order to take the train to Fairbanks.
I got as far as Moose Pass and, while climbing a hill, held out my “HELP RIDE” sign. Sean pulled over. He was very easy-going. In the Navy 8 years, owned a bakery, and now worked as an assessor. Sean thought it “different” that I had such a loose travel plan, and he was a little taken aback when I phoned someone I had never met before, asking to spend the night. But, he agreed, if it worked for me…..