Fairfield Inn St. George
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We were optimistic when we got up in the morning that we would be on the road before noon. Didn't really happen that way. We spent most of the day packing and mainly working on top of the van to get the car top carrier filled and secured and the spare tire mounted. It was a blistering day and being on top of a hot vehicle working with black metal parts didn't help. We mounted the scooter on the carrier to take it on its maiden voyage. Well, ...
... Leland Stanford, was president of the Central Pacific Railroad. The real treat in visiting this site was to see actual working replicas of the steam locomotives Jupiter and No. 119. They have been totally reconditioned to as near the original and are beautifully ornate. The Jupiter represents the Central Pacific Railroad and has a wood- fired steam boiler. Number 119 belonged to the Central Pacific Railroad and has a coal- ...
... would be and had to decide between 9am and 11am. Hey, we're on vacation, so that decision was easy! We had a leisurely morning and prepared to go for a hike after Mass including making salmon sandwiches for lunch.
We found St. George church easily and it has a really pretty statue of Mary on the side. The 11am mass was well attended and they had a visiting priest from California that weekend. He was very nice and gave a great ...
... fairly common layout, an 18 mile scenic drive with many overlooks and trails. It is all dazzling and impressive. There is one spot at Bryce Point that overlooks a huge ampitheatre completely filled with hoodoos. Without doubt, it is the single most memorable view of my entire trip, which is saying a lot for I have seen a great deal. Just gazing upon it will make you glad that you visited this park. I did take many pictures but they do not ...
... Park, Utah.
We experienced rain, heavy winds, lightening and some narrow roads. Fred's knuckles were white from gripping the wheel and trying to maneuver the 31 foot trailer. All went well, he did a great job.
We have a beautiful campsite and Carter fixed chili con carne for dinner. Too tired for cards but walked to get an ice cream.
Zion and Bryce ...