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... need to understand their limits. So off we go in the shuttle. Zion is beautiful and very lush. The shuttle takes you up a far ways into the canyon and you can pick which spots you wish to get off at. You can take a small hike or just some pictures and then just catch the next shuttle. They run about every 15 minutes. This is much easier to do then try to hike it yourself in this weather. We do get off and go put our feet in the water. It is nice and cool and the trees shade ...
Peggy scheduled us for a jeep ride in the sand dunes and rock outcroppings of Sand Hollow State Park. We met Jonathan in the park. He took us on a 4-hour tour of the mountain, red rocks, sand dunes, and plants. He provided information about the area plants - yucca, Brigham tea, prickly pear cactus, sage, chapparral, cactus, etc and animals - jack rabbit, snake, lizards, nests of hawks and owls. We saw rocks shaped like ...
Sunday we made our way to Saint George. It's nice to see Mom and Dad. Mom is recovering from a total knee replacement. She is doing very well but still needs pain pills and lots of rest. She has physical therapy several times a week and ...
... but sand and rock for miles and miles, perhaps because it's so opposite from England and New York where we come from. Just before the CA/NV border we stopped in Baker - a small little town that seems to exist as a road side service stop but home to the World's Largest Thermometer. They recently restored it and it's worth a quick stop to take a photo.
We drove past Vegas by lunch time, familiar hotels popping up as we drove pass The Strip from the comfort of ...
... surveyed by the Yanks and parts have only been fully surveyed since the 1940's. thats right - the US govt. had no idea what was actually here until the start of the second world war. Ill tell you what is here - nothing. Mormons, Injuns and outlaws are the only folks that have ever really made use of this part of the USA. and scientists don't even know who there injuns were. they weren't Navajo, they were farther south. and ...