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... was great! You have to love a town whose claim to fame revolves around Jack Asses. We were able to learn some history, see great/ inappropriate donkey slogans, watch a staged gun fight and purchase some of the best souvenirs of the whole trip.
I was able to find the most classic of all trinkets for my girls; switchblade combs and bubble gum cigs. You know, ...
... had planned on getting photos of Toby in front of some of the famous landmarks (Roosevelt Hotel, Grauman's Chinese Theatre etc) but I can't believe I'd forgotten how busy it was. Funny how time plays tricks on your memory, in my mind the boulevard was just single lanes each way but it's actually 2 driving lanes (plus parking lanes) so that meant twice as many cars and not really anywhere for me to jump out and snap touristy photos. Nevermind we still cruised Toby down the boulevard ...
The tent site next to us wakes us up early with their headlamps as its clear they're looking for an early start to the day. We look at the clock and it's 3:38 am and decide it's time for us to get up as well and begin the hike out.
On the trail by 4:15 and the next 5 hours are basically Ronnie chasing the Energizer Bunny up the 10 mile trail back to the parking lot. Holly was eager to get most of the hike ...
... We enjoyed the month we spent with our daughter and son-in-law (Cecilia and Ben Campbell) but we were sort of anxious to hit the road as well. Next destination will be near Los Angeles to spend a month with our oldest daughter and her husband (Celeste and Tim Koscik).
Before we left St. George, UT we had a chance to take a hike through the Red Cliffs National Conservation area which was thoroughly ...
... bit in Walmart. As a tourist, the 15-35-50-100 USD smartphones including IPhones are out of the question for me because I don't have a social security number. Unlocked phones have just about same prices as back home. I don't even want to mention that the charger runs on 110 V and is compatible with US power outlets so I have to buy a converter when I get home which is yet another cost. Though today I almost got seduced when I saw an IPhone 4 (not 4S) for only 250-270 USD ...
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