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... saw beautiful mountains and ridges, the river, and plants and animals. Most of the walls of the canyon are sheer walls rising out of the canyon. The guide said that when the weather is cooler, many rock climbers scale the walls. He said you can sit and watch the many people try to get to the top. That would be fun.
Stupid people must feed the animals, even though there are signs everywhere telling you not to do it. In fact, there is ...
... wins and earned a Masters degree at the University of Utah, from which I somehow snagged a Bachelors in Journalism (1973).
- Tanya Tucker, country singer, who moved to St. George in her early teens with her family. There, she auditioned for the film, Jeremiah Johnson. Here's Tanya singing "I Won't Take Less Than Your Love."
- Asia Carrera, born Jessica Steinhauser, a former adult film ...
... me. Good family country...
The sites are small and each of the main ones contain a Ramada and fancy wood table. But, they are narrow. Fiona moved smoothly into SC14 with my semi-able assistance. She leveled up and the slide room moved into position with only a bit of anxiety...on our part. We'll get used to the procedure in due time, I reckon, but for now, it's amazing.
We got in a short hike of about ...
... it has its own unique character and terrain. There's a stretch along the road where it runs through a 1.1-mile, PITCH DARK tunnel that has been cut through one of the mountains in the park...it's remarkable. Traveling westbound, upon emerging from the tunnel the road then immediately proceeds down a several-thousand-foot elevation drop with multiple switchbacks; just an amazing stretch of driving and viewing. Among the Zion pics below ...
... with excellent paved roads where you just roll along and enjoy the the surrounding nature, the sun, the warmth, the loneliness, the mountains. Some people would consider it dull, but I'm a great admirer.
On Tuesday I decided to drive all the way to Cedar City in Utah, a six-hour drive. From Beatty, Nevada, to Las Vegas, a 120 mile drive, there's hardly a trace of human activity (except for the road, of course). North ...