Fairfield Inn St. George
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... of the 20th century. Among the higher-rated wonders-of-the-world: The Golden Gate Bridge, the Panama Canal, the Empire State Building and the Chunnel under the English Channel. The Hoover Dam did, however, make BBC’s list of Seven Wonders of the Industrial World – along with the London sewer system, Brooklyn Bridge and First Transcontinental Railroad. Takes a Brit, apparently, to ...
... some other families and sit around the fire. Molly and I love getting to know other people on the road, so we stayed and talked to the couple hosting the s'mores night for a while. I later found out that Dean took that opportunity to have 7 s'mores, plus a few more marshmallows and a couple extra graham crackers. I'd say he enjoyed it.
On our last day in the area, Dean and I went out on our own during Iris' nap. That's something I ...
... But the wait was worth it. He makes a lot of his own jewely and it was original and beautiful. He also buys and sells. He had a fantastic turquoise squash necklace that if I had $2200 just lying around, would now be hanging around my neck. The turquoise was shot with silver (something not found now) and the piece must have weighed close to five pounds. Do visit.
Time to check in to the hotel before we came back to eat dinner. The Lexington Hotel looks quite nice from ...
... no mishaps, you can have an adventure and get there quicker. Theoretically. Robert said. :)
.Smithsonian Butte National Backcountry Byway. a dirt, sand, rock and gravel road through some amazing scenery.... much of which we wouldn't be ogling this time because by the time we got there the sun was setting and the full moon was rising.
We stopped for a quick few pics of the amazing sight of the moon over ...
I started out from Provo for a 3-or-so-hour drive to my primary destination for the day, Bryce Canyon National Park, one of the many state and national parks in the south and southwest part of Utah. The remnants from yesterday's weather cleared as I drove south, and while I ran into plenty of leftover snow on the ground at the higher elevations, the roads were completely clear...no problems at all with driving conditions.
Now I've ...
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