Courtyard by Marriott St. George
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The state capital is Salt Lake City
Two important cities are Salt Lake City and West Valley City
Date of statehood is January 4, 1896
The state flower Calochortus nuttallii
The state Bird is ...
... heater still on full blast, I paused in Hurricane at yet another McDonald's, not so much for the wifi this time, but for the free refills on a large Powerade. ( I had 3).
An elderly woman came over and said 'Hi' and asked where I was going on my bike. She looked like the classic Grandma, so that is what I will call her. She is from the area and knows the roads well. I asked her about the availability of water in some towns ...
... we'd otherwise not visit.
This will be posted when we get data service. It's a bit primitive here, but we'll get used to it. Thanks for stopping by...
We'd planned that hike today, but the Ol' Weather Man had/has other plans... Wind and rain in the forecast, so we're in town shopping and posting this. Lots to see and lots of us in need of a decent suntan. Sound familiar?
Keep in touch, Amigos, as will we...
... After looking at so much red rock in different formations we headed to our next stop off at St George and looking for a historic and a bit twee B&B. Long story short, after knocking on the door, phoning and leaving messages, we gave up and I had the largest plate of nachos (from the small bites menu) I have ever seen and we checked into a Motel. Just like you see on the ...
... dust, dinosaur foot prints, dust, an old fort, dust, some petroglyphs, dust, giant dunes, dust, rocky washes, dust, scenic vistas, dust, slippery sandy fishtailing awesomeness, and yes..... dust.
Marcus was beyond generous, sharing his quad so Andy could get some riding time on the dunes. Jean was great pushing us to to go plenty fast (at times over 45 mph (72 kph)) and carve the dunes and also providing bits ...