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... the artifacts and attending a Ranger briefing on the Long Horn Sheep. This briefing is where Casey requested her Junior Ranger Workbook so she could begin to earn her badge.
Another stop worth making is at the Zion Lodge where, after a long day of hiking, one can get a cold frosty beer and relax under a massive shade tree. There is fast food and fine dining too!
We made many stops and hiked many trails. One trail we did not take on is called ...
... 8211; particularly roses – bloom in gardens and on boulevards and boxes along sidewalks. Pride of place is not lacking in St. George.
St. George is one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the United States. Retirees seek it out for its warm weather, affordable housing and ...
... are no towns out there. And by the way... there is a huge hill to climb first just to get out of Hurricane, and... it will be dark in half an hour. How fast can you go on that thing?" she questioned while driving the point home.
She spoke with such genuine concern that I now find myself writing after midnight from the Willow Wind Campground, just a few blocks from McDonald's. The nice woman made me quit for the night.
... The new O’Callaghan-Tillman Bridge, with the widest concrete arch in the Western Hemisphere, is one of the main reasons Ray wanted to start our ride in Boulder City – so he could see it, and ride across it. Today, we do both, and then tour the dam. Click here for more on the Hoover Dam. *** We leave Hoover Dam for the 150-mile drive to St. George, Utah, where we’ll stay tonight. We follow Lakeshore ...
... here next year.
Back to Heritage Square where we ate at "Georges", a more relaxed eating establishment. There is both an upstairs and downstairs area with a bar in the lower level. (You can enter from either level.) I had the fish tacos and they were delish! The others all had good things to say about the food. The prices were very reasonable and they have locally brewed beers on tap (that seems like an oxymoron considering we were in Utah) which were quite good. ...