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... from St George to Las Vegas can tell you how ugly it is and in some places even more so. One area literally looked like a dump for piles of dirt, sand, and rocks. Any way, this canyon added a bright spot to our trip and made us smile in awe.
We are now settled in at Nellis AFB. We be here for seven days. On the way out soon to find Dunkin Donuts!
My last visit in Utah was to Bryce Canyon Nat. Park, another $25 but free to me! Just 50 miles north of Zion and 1,000 ft. higher, but a very different look. Equally breathtaking,however. It is not truly a canyon but a series of large ampitheatres. The park is famous for its hoodoos, which are pinkish-orange and white pillars of rock. Hoodoo is a variation of voodoo and means to cast a spell. These formations certainly do that. The Nat. Park ...
... of the songs) I came up with this bitter-sweet playlist called (snappily) “2500 Say Hello, Wave Goodbye” (the numbering is just my OCD tendencies to make my iTunes tidy!) Even though it was a soundtrack to a less than stellar time, I still love it as the songs are excellent. I have included them below so you too can make your playlist “2500” on your iPod and realise that love is just a means to good music and not much else J (no, I am ...
Yesterday we got out of Nephi at about our usual time. We gassed up, paying about $2.94/gal and propane for $2.49. The night was bitter cold, getting down to minus 11.5 degrees. That's a minus, for those of you who are mathematicians. We stayed nice an warm with three space heaters going and the furnace cycling occasionally. We saw snow right up to road's edge until we started down from the last pass into St. George. The temperature climbed up to ...
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- Free parking