Coral Springs Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... like nothing I'd ever seen. I snapped a decent amount of pictures even though my camera was dead so I was using my phone.
After hanging out in the park till around 3, I left to drive north to St. George, Utah and the gateway to Zion National Park. The drive up I-15 also took me through north Arizona and through an awesome canyon.
I debated going out to a local place that had some live music but decided to take it easy in order to get early to charge Zion. ...
As we came out of Utah past St. George there was some pretty scenery. It was different from what we had seen, but in pictures it would look like much of what we have seen. This is where the camera just doesn't get it. Then we entered Arizona...not much to brag about here either. Interesting to see but you sure would want to live there...in fact, I'm not ...
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 ...
... never seen prettier eyes and that Taya was captivating.What a lovely compliment for her.
We arrive back at the RV site with two very tired, and slightly cross, children but we manage to rectify the situation with a fun trip to the pool. Seeing them so happy in the water relaxs us all and we enjoy a much needed cool off. Dylan attracts the women in the pool who enjoy listening to him chatting away and leaping in and swimming to us. ...
... canyon that empties into St. Geo. I got parked and we went about filling our water tank and flushing out the RV antifreeze. The water tasted bitter, so I did a search and found that it's caused by the residual antifreeze in the tank. I hadn't done the usual flush job that I usual do and paid the price. I should mention that apparently a new cell tower has been added in the area. I can get a weak data signal now and thus can get on the 'Net ...