Village of Many Nations
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Day 16 - Friday 25th September
Well we made use of our beautiful room right up until the last moment, then it was time to collect Rosie and head off again.
On the way out of Vegas we drove passed the Elvis Wedding Chapel - but we didn't go in! It was just another of those cheesy Vegas sights you have to see when you are here.
We spent an hour or so catching up on laundry and the man in there was a real character. When we arrived he ...
Happy Birthday to Catherine, my beautiful Granddaughter Georgia, Karen and my beautiful daughter Leandre, not saying the others are not beautiful.
Seeing as we have good internet am going to try and post some videos, only going to try one if it fails too bad, maybe in Vegas. Utah is simply the most stunning place you will ever see.
Congratulations to Brock graduating from Uni, well done Nephew
Yaul have a great day now
... arm in arm with his 12 wives. I will have to tell Al about Coolgardie and the Camels.
i forgot to mention I had Bison soup the other night, we saw herds of Bison today, the goats with the Hugh horns and heaps of wild turkey, also saw heaps of the pronghorn antelope. The Indians call the Bison Thunder Beast. Al admitted today he made up the story about the Roadrunner, apparently there is no such thing, der I was sucked in. We ...
... near Springdale, UT and was Utah's first National Park. Before we made it to the park we stopped at Zion Canyon Campground for the first night in the state. The campground was nice and relaxing, and included a pool, showers, laundry, and a shuttle ride into the park. We relaxed in the campground the first day/night, and reserved a shuttle ride into the park the next day.
We boarded the shuttle bus around 9am the next morning. Once again we headed ...
... 3 million visitors each year.
We used Peggy's Senior Pass so there is no entrance fee for us. We parked the car and walked to the shuttle to the Temple of Sinawava, the last stop on the canyon road on the shuttle. We walked 2.2 miles on the paved Riverside Walk which followed the Virgin River along the bottom of a narrow canyon. This part of the river is called The ...