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On May 20th we then headed to St George so that we could see Zion National Park. If you have not been there then you really need to add it to your bucket list. Hundreds of trails of varying skill levels and some of the most beautiful scenery we have seen yet. The pictures can't even come close to showing the real beauty. The variety of Cactus flowers is also a sight to see in the ...
... like, and out of the canyon.
Tomorrow I return to Vancouver. This Road Scholar tour has been well worth taking. Our group leader, Diane Griffin, kept us on track and entertained us with her "daily funnies" on the bus, while our photographer/geologist Eldon Griffin (www.istockphoto.com/eldong) ...
... an hour or so of nothing but tortured trees, you see an oasis! Tall buildings. It's the Primm Valley at the Nevada/Cali border. They waste no time putting up casinos in the most unlikely and unwise place to put a city. Why drive the additional hour to Vegas? We can take your money right at the border. As we drove lower into the valley the temps shot up past 110. We finally saw Las Vegas in the distance and exited south of the airport on the ...
... boiler. It was really enjoyable to watch these steam engines fire up and move down the tracks! The crews that constructed the railroad line were as unique as our own country. The Central Pacific Railroad began in Sacramento, California with thousands of Chinese workers hired, as much of California's native work force were trying its luck in the gold fields. This crew, at one point, put down 10 miles of track in a single day! ...
... 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 ...