Hilton Garden Inn St. George
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Další národní park, který jsme dnes navštívili, byl Utažský Zion, který kopíruje kaňon řeky Virgin. Tentokrát jsme se ale procházeli v samém kaňonu a ne po jeho kraji. Stejné skalnaté geologické podloží a protékající řeka vytvořily krásnou zelenou oázu – přesto stále uprostřed poušt …
... of mountains situated in a dry land (it is a desert). We found that it is also a utopian place of unity, peace and freedom. If the armies of Zero One sought to destroy humans, this would be an excellent place to take cover since this locale is so much more than ones and zeros.
In actuality, once the Mormon settlement of the Great Salt Lake area was established in 1847, Brigham Young sent scouts and settlers into the area to seek out arable land and potable ...
... where I was today in St. George, Utah. It felt like someone was holding a blow dryer to my face all day so I packed real heavy on the water. The extra weight makes me work that much harder...or does it? I couldn't tell you if there was 1 lb.of water or an extra 20 lbs. It feels the same to me.
I did some hard miles with my little legs today. I climbed up one pretty good pass, pushed through both dry and green desert ...
... Andy) and an arctic cat (Bill, Scott). Mike, a Canadian retiree who was touring the southwest, joined us...eh. We set off in caravan across town, driving on paved roads for about 10 min until reaching the off road rec. area.
It was at this time that Andy's steed went lame. The check engine light and temp warnings started flashing and it had problems going into gear. We put a bullet in it's head and left it by ...
... early-avoiding the first crush of crowd that begins piling up just before opening hour. What is most remarkable about these parks us that it's possible to venture by car or ATV or bike or by foot down a path that nobody else is on. Nay and I found a little road in Bryce that we ventured on fir over an hour without seeing a single person. We were quite alone among red bluffs and spires (hoodoos in canyon-speak), a dry stream ...