Fairfield Inn St. George
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... Native American name “Mukuntuweep”, which means “straight canyon”, to describe the spectacular canyon along the upper Virgin River. Photographs and drawings from Powell’s expedition ignited the public’s interest in these magnificent canyons, rounded domes, arches, and monoliths. This spurred the eventual protection of the area in 1909 when the region became “Mukuntuweap National Monument”. The name was not popular with the ...
... like, and out of the canyon.
Tomorrow I return to Vancouver. This Road Scholar tour has been well worth taking. Our group leader, Diane Griffin, kept us on track and entertained us with her "daily funnies" on the bus, while our photographer/geologist Eldon Griffin (www.istockphoto.com/eldong) ...
... an hour or so of nothing but tortured trees, you see an oasis! Tall buildings. It's the Primm Valley at the Nevada/Cali border. They waste no time putting up casinos in the most unlikely and unwise place to put a city. Why drive the additional hour to Vegas? We can take your money right at the border. As we drove lower into the valley the temps shot up past 110. We finally saw Las Vegas in the distance and exited south of the airport on the ...
... heater still on full blast, I paused in Hurricane at yet another McDonald's, not so much for the wifi this time, but for the free refills on a large Powerade. ( I had 3).
An elderly woman came over and said 'Hi' and asked where I was going on my bike. She looked like the classic Grandma, so that is what I will call her. She is from the area and knows the roads well. I asked her about the availability of water in some towns ...
... and went shopping for provisions.
We enjoyed a nice lunch of buffalo salami (from Jackson Hole) sandwiches and then headed out to Snow Canyon. On our way we stopped at a housing developing in the foot hills of the canyon. It looked like a brand new development and the "Model Home" sign beckoned us. We were let through the gate and checked out the model. Wow, were we impressed. It's all one level and about ...