Fairfield Inn St. George
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... over 3,000 feet in elevation during today’s drive. St. George is nestled in at the base of some big red bluffs to the North, where there was a pond created in the 1900’s as an irrigation pond that supplied water to downtown residents and businesses. There is still water running down an open gutter down a couple of streets where we walked tonight, which appears to be a hold-over from those days (see the photo).
... biggest improvement is the installation of laminate flooring, replacing the combination tile and carpet. This is something we have wanted to do for quite some time, but the price quotes we had received seemed terribly high. We went with a flooring company in St. George, UT, rather than an outfit that specializes in RV remodeling, as they had experience in RV flooring. They did a beautiful job and they did it at our RV site in Leeds, UT. Don't have ...
... with fried potatoes were terrific. Slept in the casita of their new home. There is still a bit of snow/ice left in the front yard, from the record snow in December. Gets to freezing here at night, but 60's in the daytime. They took us for a ride around Entrada - the back nine goes through the lava fields, where they are building some incredible homes.
... Staten Island. You could feel the buzz like it was the Super Bowl. People of all nationalities, shapes, sizes, and motivations to run through the city's five boroughs. I was over-the-top excited to line up at the foot of the Verazzano Bridge. So surreal....
Race starts around 10:00 a.m. It was well into the 60s and humid. I didn't think anything of it being so warm. Off we went. I was charging ahead ...
... in. They gave me a 300 page book to read so I could make it work. Did I mention she has cruise control and a better seat. Old Annie has definitely be upstaged. Riding on the freeway still sucks.
After a few stops and most of the state, we turned off on Hwy 20 to go to Panguitch. In downtown Panguitch, we headed to Hwy 89 and Hwy 12 to get to Red Canyon ...