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7 a.m. departure this morning (Mountain Standard Time). We backtracked south about 20 miles on US 89 to the junction with 89A, then headed north/west toward the Vermillion Cliffs and Fredonia, Arizona. Our itinerary for the day also included the north rim of the Grand Canyon, and Zion National Park. My "trigger" finger was busy all day long, …
... about the shuttle system is that we can get off at one stop and take a trail to another. Using the shuttle, we are able to leap-frog stops taking trails from one stop to another then the shuttle to another stop, etc. This way, we can take in the sights and features we most highly desired to see.
If one did nothing else but ride the shuttle up and back, the trip would be about 80 minutes. A stop at the Zion Human History Museum was worth watching the 22 minute ...
... State University has both dance and drama programs. I noticed an advertisement for a student production of Don’t Dress for Dinner, a show Gateway Theatre in Richmond is putting on next season! Street art is everywhere in the historic center and adds whimsy to the more formal setting. Though St. George is in a desert, lawns are beautifully manicured and green, ...
... and she coiled in fear for me. I just wanted to head that way to get out of the Utah mountains and into a new state soon.
"Apple Valley is just 10 miles away, yes...", she said, "But after that..."
I was about to blindly throw myself out there into the unforgiving heat of the Arizona desert with no real plan but to skip between towns for water. "But after that..." she said, pointing at a certain section of the ...
... in the U.S. Army. Sgt. Tillman was later killed in Afghanistan, at age 27, by friendly fire. The bridge is 840 feet above the Colorado River, making it the second-highest bridge in the U.S., and the 13th highest in the world. The highest in the U.S., at 1,053 feet, is the Royal Gorge Bridge in Colorado, spanning the Arkansas River; the highest in the world, at 1,627 feet, is the Sidu River Bridge in Hubei ...