Days Inn St. George
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... more time would have stopped - next time.
I wasn't really prepared for how beautiful Zion is - I've seen pictures but in person, it was breathtaking and strange - giant red rocky mountains. It really looked like a different planet. Zion has a great free shuttle bus, which you hop on and it tells you about the landscape, dropping you off at different stops if you want to go off and explore/hike. We took it all the way to the end - Temple of Sinawava and did ...
... the interior. We also got rid to the two over-sized upholstered dining room chairs, replacing them with something lighter and more practical. We replaced all of the incandescent light bulbs in the entire coach with new low-wattage LED lighting. The lights made a significant difference in that they produce a brighter, more natural, light, yet put out very little heat. These three improvements made a big difference in a more modern look for our home. ...
We had a nice relaxing morning in our condo.
For lunch, we went to one of Howard's favorite restaurants, Chuck-Arama. The food was good and the presentation was impressive. After watching the East Texas church services online, we went up the road to small park to walk around and watch the sun go down. Our last stops of the night included gas from Costco and then gyros at Mad Pita, a local Greek restaurant.
On to Monument Valley tomorrow for one ...
to West Yellowstone, MT
Another day of hard driving behind us and we reached West Yellowstone, MT. Not much in the way of roadside stops or activities, but we did add Idaho and Montana to the "just passin' through" list.
And, even though it's still September, ...
... 4.8 - 6.5 km), with the longest being about 1 mile (1.6 km). We saw the weeping rocks, the emerald pools, the patriarchs court, and did a wee bit of canyoning at the end of the riverside path.
To end the day, on the shuttle ride back to the visitor center our bus stopped and two shots rang out. A deer had been hit by a car and the rangers were putting it out of it's misery. Cowboy Compassion, Circle of life...