Hampton Inn St. George
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... through the Rocky Mountains. We were absolutely struck by the beauty of that drive through the mountains… however this North Dakota plains kid was a little anxious driving the mountain passes. As I white knuckled it the whole way, I would sneak peaks at the scenery and say, "Annie, it’s just so beautiful!" (Meanwhile Annie was riding in the back with Teddy and getting motion sickness). It wasn’t the most idyllic drive for us, but it was the beginning ...
... a good time and getting to know each other better. Somehow haven't run out of things to talk about yet. He did let me drive part of the way to Zion - right through the construction and hoard of semi trucks!! I think I gave him a heart attack. He hasn't let me drive again yet - although I am not complaining. I think I will get more opportunity when we hit the flat mid-west. Looking forward to the Grand Canyon.
... rock formations and pink sand along the banks of the Virgin River.
We walked along the river, through the canyon for about a mile and the immensity of the vertical rock walls on either side of us was absolutely awesome. I'm so thankful that Mike and I have this opportunity. Love to all.
Bye for now. Stay ...
... it into Hurricane - some drivers are spectacularly slow and seem petrified of a few bends on a 2 lane road. Arrive (always wanted to stay in a Bob Dylan song) and share motel with a Harley D road trip. Eat at JB's as irresistible to JB - no beer but oldies portions!
Well worth the detours to get this all in now Parks open ...
... good thing we didn't have a wide mirror. We had to wait to enter the mile long tunnel because they were allowing only one-way traffic. After exiting the tunnel the views were breathtaking. We traversed down the winding road to the canyon bottom and then out of the park towards the Interstate and heading for Las ...