Fairfield Inn St. George
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... for a stay overnight on the way to Denver
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Monday, June 22
*Drove to Denver, CO
*Enjoyed our downtown hotel
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Tuesday, June 23
*Went to the Denver Children’s Museum.
*Toured the Botanical Gardens.
*My interview with a pastor from House for All Sinners and Saints got rescheduled
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... that my hiking group would have been here with me to do Angels Landing, a strenuous hike with amazing views. We also observed rock climbers conquering the the steep sandstone mountain faces. Watchman Campground near the Visitor's Center was full so you would need to reserve ahead of schedule. On our way back to the KOA we visited Silver Reef Museum and the CCC encampment (1933-1942) in Leeds. The CCC were responsible for much of the architecture in Zion National ...
... Mike got here. We ate and then John and I did some laundry and they took a walk. At the end of the day, all is good. They were lucky to find someone to fix their RV so fast (it was the starter) and they didn’t charge them an arm and a leg. So the adventure continues. We will tour Zion National Park tomorrow. It is supposed to be 97 degrees tomorrow, so we are planning on leaving early to beat the ...
... 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 ...