Hampton Inn St. George
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... does! The town was named Hurricane when, in 1896, a whirlwind blew the top off a buggy containing a member of the “Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of the Church of the LDS”. Evidently, to not scare the tourists, the town name is pronounced “Hur-Kin” and not “Hurr-i-cane”.
Wanting to avoid the massive amounts of tourist flesh and the predictions of occasional showers throughout the long holiday weekend, Casey and I balk at the ...
... Many of the families came from cotton country in the east, and had the requisite agricultural expertise. They referred to the area as Utah’s Dixie, and the nickname stuck.
Cotton farming continued for about fifty years, but once the railroad made its way through St. George, people found they could purchase cotton more cheaply than they could produce ...
... See. I have lost perspective on even danger. I live, rolling on the live road for 3-6 hours a day with little fear or concern than to tally miles and color in states on my map. That is what some call crazy and what others may even call brave. I'm not sure. I just accept it as "Doing whatever it takes."
Survival really comes down to trusting your instincts. Or... those of people that care for you.
... or atke right and head to Heaven -- Zion National Park.
What the heck, its only 2 or 3 hours more, so we headed to the right and to one of the most beautiful areas of the world -- Zion National Park.
From Lone Rock we drove through the colorfull Pariah red rock country to Kanab, Utah, where we had to make a choice of which route to take to Zion.
One route, to the right, the shortest and most ...
... of 13000' (~4km). The Virgin River then began the process of cutting through the sandstone to make Zion Canyon. This took a long long long long time.
People have been enjoying the scenery here for over 8000 years. Anasazi, Paiute, Ute, and Spanish missionaries have all been here. Eventually in the late 1800's the Mormons showed up and made a valiant attempt to give everything names of a significant grandeur ...