The Iron Gate Inn and Winery
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... out into the roadway. In addition, this road has a 1/4 mile unlit tunnel with restricted length and height. Most campers require the tunnel to be closed to one-way traffic so they can drive on the center line for clearance. As I mentioned, I was in the passenger seat and Victor was driving. This turned out to be a good scenario because Victor has nerves of steel and I am distracted by the beauty of our surroundings. I was nervous going in ...
... van, trailer, bike and move trailer
Went to a local coffee shop for breakfast....ordered the John Wayne Special.
While eating, we got a call from the mechanic and he said "You have a warped Exhaust Manifold....$300...plus labor."
He called the ...
... range behind them. Still makes for interesting driving, although very flat and somewhat monotonous. Heading into Cedar City tonight for our last night of camping. We expect to head through Las Vegas tomorrow and get to Huntington Beach ahead of schedule (knock on wood if you're reading this please). Anthony has been working the phones while I've been driving and he has at least half a dozen strong ...
... places where you can hike to places of interest. This we did.
At the base of the canyon runs the Virgin River. Do not be fooled by its small appearance because it created the entire canyon. The river, however, is shallow enough to wade through for kids. After yesterday's experience with water and rocks, the forecast of ...
... I am. Terrible problem to have, right? I don’t know why I counted the Southwest out as a prime destination before, but by how excited I am I can feel that I'm going to plan more trips back. By exploring Zion National Park, I hope to gain a sense of independence. I will be treking unknown territory and climbing steep mountains; which will be dangerous by myself, but hopefully it will be a thrilling experience. Given that a handful of people ...