Ava House Inn & Spa
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... until we descended smartly into St Georges. Lest you think this sounds like a cosy English village, it’s another desert town with no less than nine, yes NINE very fine looking golf courses. Most of the churches are Mormon, including a grand white temple in this town.
Continuing our theme of fine dining, we had our evening meal in the restaurant right next to our motel called ...
Day 11 by Chasity Ranger Gretchen led us on a hike across the Virgin River. We used our waking sticks. It was fun. She asked us to hear, taste, smell, see and touch the Zion Canyon. I heard waterfalls, smelled pinyin pine needles and juniper, and we all tasted pine nuts form a pine tree. Jackson got to try prickly pear jelly. Ranger Gretchen said we we were doing science. After the hike ...
... can't seem to stop burning up all those buried trees from way back in the carboniferous age, in the form of coal, and the remains of ancient plankton, in the form of oil and gas. If we could, we'd be home free climate wise. Instead, we're dumping carbon dioxide into the atmosphere at a rate the Earth hasn't seen since the great climate catastrophes of the past, the ones that led to mass extinctions. We just can't seem to break our addiction to the kinds of fuel that will ...
... checker's life was going... Is that a sin??
At camp we took care of some chores and worked together preparing a Taco Salad for dinner this eve. It's almost time. My ol' mouth is waterin'... By the way, for all of you food geeks out there, we had a cheese and tomato omelet for breakfast and a great egg salad san for lunch. Life is good when one can eat well. I am blessed to have Lynn in the cooking ...
... boiler. It was really enjoyable to watch these steam engines fire up and move down the tracks! The crews that constructed the railroad line were as unique as our own country. The Central Pacific Railroad began in Sacramento, California with thousands of Chinese workers hired, as much of California's native work force were trying its luck in the gold fields. This crew, at one point, put down 10 miles of track in a single day! ...