Courtyard by Marriott St. George
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It's 10:00 and we're on our way to the Grand Canyon. Beautiful day. Temp is currently 69. They said it was supposed to be the dessert but I had a different opinion of what IT WAS TO LOOK like.
Saw cute little prairie dogs all along the the landscape. Waiting to see the elk. Q
Paid $3.59 for gas on Flagstaff.
... Texas fell off one of the edges on the South Rim just 3 days ago). In any case, we enjoyed the views and then headed out of the park to St. George, Utah (on our way to Las Vegas). The drive took another 3ish hours, and we ended in St. George - which was such a cute, adorable town that I wished we had planned to stay an additional day here! It's a university town with lots of cute little restaurants and stores. In any case, we got to our hotel ...
... to over 10,000 in elevation. When we left the RV Park it was around 90 degrees in the morning and when we got there the temperature was in the lower 60's. Such a pleasant change! We visited here in November of 2012, but there was quite a bit of snow at that time and the Visitor Center had already closed for the season. This was a good time to visit again, as most of the wildflowers were in full bloom. We took two different ...
... contractors the BLM had hired to round up Bundy's cattle before all the separatists showed up with their rifles and threatened an open range war. They were heading back to Utah and the police escort was to protect these independent contractors from the now assembled militias. So we slowly followed the caravan up I-15 until we reached the Arizona border, when the lights were turned off and we were allowed to pass. Didn't expect to see part of history unfolding, but that is the ...
... drop initially that we needed to get down. Because we had scouted them out yesterday we knew exactly which way we would approach the cave. Once in the cave we turned on our headlamps and found an even larger drop further down in the cave. Omar was so proud of Leo how he bravely and responsibly he was able to take on these difficult passes. The cave opened up into a series of large rooms. After a couple hundred yards (a lot of traveling underground) we ...