Seven Wives Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... and strong crosswinds. Just what
Jim wanted.... We can see a huge gorge in the red rocks and we head downward and around all the curves and eventually reach St George, Arizona. The sedimentary red rock can be seen in the lower levels against the background of higher mountains. Next, we cross into Utah
and reach Hurricane with beautiful red cliffs on windy Route 59 through Apple Valley where we actually see grass in some front yards. As the ...
... of mountains situated in a dry land (it is a desert). We found that it is also a utopian place of unity, peace and freedom. If the armies of Zero One sought to destroy humans, this would be an excellent place to take cover since this locale is so much more than ones and zeros.
In actuality, once the Mormon settlement of the Great Salt Lake area was established in 1847, Brigham Young sent scouts and settlers into the area to seek out arable land and potable ...
... light and then lost them. We weren’t sure of the address of the Ford dealer so we were on our own for a bit. We took the opportunity to stop at a Verizon store to buy a new charger for my phone. (I am having so much trouble with my phone, but I won’t bore you with that story.)
We finally figured out where to go (north instead of south) and found Mike and Karen at the Ford ...
... as it must be to live there, Vegas is a growing city with buildings going up all the time. The GPS can't keep up. We found a small Walmart and got groceries and moved on back into the desert along I-15 northbound. We passed spots along the Virgin River in Arizona that I know are beautiful, but night had fallen. We settled for a cheap motel in the Mormon city of Saint George on the Utah side of the border. My short, emotionless report concludes ...
... homes pay dues ($360 - $500) but these cover 100% of the landscaping/mowing as well as TV and use of the country club. They were not cheap though, around $500k+. Still it was fun just to look again.
Once at the park we started with the Pioneer Names trail. This trail is very short but faces a big red cliff which supposedly early pioneers carved their names into the rock and colored it with axle grease. As you ...