Days Inn St. George
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... awesome views. The RV park we are staying at is surrounded with high red cliffs with mountains in the other direction. We were lucky enough to get one of the Indian tours to Antelope Canyons tomorrow,
so stay tuned.
A few interesting facts: 1. Diesel gas is less expensive than unleaded gas in this area by $.20/gallon. 2. Each town puts the first letter of its name on the nearby mountain. [Watch for the H on the Mountain for Hurricane, ...
As I approached Zion, I wondered if the spirit of Neo, Trinity and Morpheus might be present. For them, Zion was built for the purpose of saving the last of the remaining humans following the war against the armies of Zero One.
The etymology of the word Zion is uncertain. It was mentioned in the Bible as the name of the fortress conquered by King David. Its origin likely predates the Israelites. It may be derived from the Hebrew root ṣiyyôn (castle) or ...
... and locals alike always say oh you should go there, or go to that place and of course we just don't have the time to do all these wonderful things. One needs to be a millionaire and do nothing else but explore thus beautiful, vast country. We sure are blessed to have this opportunity. Haven't taken a lot of pictures while in Calif. & Nevada and will do better tomorrow. Love to you June and M ...
... the great Mojave. At Jessica's wise urging, I took the kids to the hotel pool full of very warm water. As soon as the sun moved out from behind the hotel it felt like we were lobsters in a boiling pot. The transition from boiling water to the shade to the AC was rough on shivering Andrew. Ana didn't notice. We showered up and hit the road after a "healthy" brunch at Carl's Jr. We headed east across the Mojave hills, stopping for gas and a hat after ...
... cave we found was pretty small but it whet our appetite for spelunking. The second cave was much larger and a bit harder to get into but we managed. We crawled around and got fairly deep into cave. Deep enough to be able to turn off all our flashlights and be in total darkness - just like we did at Wind Cave in the Black Hills. Leo in particular really was passionate about the caves and didn't want to leave! Looks like someone has a new ...