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... were feeling proud of ourselves. In Dallas we landed on time only to be delayed for an hour and half due to a mechanical repair.
So we landed in Las Vegas at dusk, shuttled to Avis (manhandling our 3 bags & two golf bags) where we picked up our Ford Edge SUV and drove in the dark for 85 minutes north to Mesquite. Vegas did look beautiful all lit up with the sun setting over the surrounding mountains. We will spend ...
... of the strip we rode thru about 6-12" of water just puddled on the road. So I will say thank you to whomever was watching over us. I probably just jinxed us but hopefully the rest of the trip is the same. I don't mind getting wet just not downpours or lightning. You could see the rain spouts coming down from the sky, eery in way they kinda of looked liked starts of tornadoes coming ...
... in 1880, who called it Mesquite Flat.
The community was finally established on the third attempt after having
been flooded out from the waters of the Virgin River. The name was
later shortened to Mesquite and the city was incorporated in May 1984.
... saw and stories we read on the internet were of a beautiful country on the shores of the Caribbean. Although we did see some of the beauty, most of the time we saw poverty and devastation. The locals might not see it that way as this is their life and what they are accustomed to, but we didn't see the draw that so many Expats were seeing when coming to Belize. Even though we didn't travel throughout the mainland of Belize, what we did see did not entice ...
... those under age 18 and 6.0% of those age are 65 or over.
Today we drove into St George UT which is about 40 miles north on Interstate 15. If you have time walking around the historic downtown area is a must.
It's an interesting city as are most Utah towns and immaculate. We've been to St. George previously. Back then we took a tour of the St. George Tabernacle, strolled ...