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Travel Blogs from Kanab
... excerpts from the diaries of the pioneers, read by their descendants.
The whole has been very tastefully dealt with and comes complete with school house, blacksmith's shop, Meeting House/Courtroom, together with all the original paraphernalia with original site orchard and garden and a recently rebuilt Trading Post which is currently being cladded.
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... more than you care to about our cooler, I can happily report that we spent a little time re-organizing the Scamp and car and it now has a place. We can store more food and not have to leave out the beer (crucial!) and we have a drain so we do not have to completely unload the cooler every few days (awesome!). All of these little chances we are coming up with along the way only make us want to lengthen the trip as much as possible. We will see how many months we can push ...
... The United Order movement was
a program of economic and moral reform that began in 1874 under Brigham
Young. On March 29, 1935 Glendale became an incorporated town. The
Towns of Mount Carmel, Orderville, and Glendale are known as ...
... ahead. Continuing to Arizona, we crossed state lines multiple times on the circuitous "country road" driving that typified this Adventure. Along the way, we were approached by a young man passing out notices announcing the opening of Utah’s national parks in a couple days – the first solid indication that the government shutdown might not affect our program after all.
Day 3: Because of aforementioned ...
We are heading to the National Parks of Utah today since they have now opened their gates. The Utah government is paying the bills to open the parks and that was good for us since we had 4 of Utah's 5 major parks on our list.
We get up as early as ...