Crossland Economy Studios - Las Vegas - Boulder Highway
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... into the middle of a national forest for a week. She regaled us with tales of injuries, mayhem, cactus thorn removal by lantern light. I have to admit, she painted a pretty grim picture. I looked across the fire at her, and said the fateful sentence that would start us on this journey: "You haven't camped with me. It would be a completely different experience. I guarantee it." I then went on to explain that if ...
... Pioneer Park and then stopped to see the Arts of Zion art walk. We were in search of L'Deane Trueblood, our nephew's wife's mother, who is a nationally renowned sculptor living in St. George. We found her sculptures all over town, but we did not have the chance to meet up with her. Her work depicts a joyful childhood and we liked it very much. While photographing one sculpture in the town square, we chanced upon a taping session for a music ...
... But I couldn't find the energy or desire to keep going. It was enough for me for one day. UGHHH I gave up.
Dan had said multiple times we could rappel anytime, to ease my mind as we climbed. He had said he had no idea how this climb was going to go for me which was totally ok, and he knew it was my first time climbing something so high and exposed. He even said it felt a little freaky to HIM which made me feel better ;) All the other ...
... I sunbathed by the pool, temperatures hit 23C which is unusually warm in Vegas for this time of year, but definitely welcome. Then I hit the gym again.
In the evening we went to The Ballagio to see their fountain, a few people recommended this as one of the best things to do in Vegas and it was really beautiful. It does shows every 15 minutes and I'm keen to sit there for the entire hour to see it's entire run. We went into the hotel ...
... it. Thanks to Dad for surprising us with the tickets.
My favourite parts were the artists who worked on the poles, the trapeze artists, the baby ("Papa!"), and the clown. Papa was a gentleman who was sitting in the front row who the oversized baby decided was his/her father. He got taken onstage. It was very funny. The artists are so talented and strong. I had been to Cirque du Soleil once before in ...