Ramada St George
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Zion on the Friday before the weekend and decide to explore a park in the town of Springdale (at the entrance to the park). The River Park is amazing and presented us with a wonderful running river (The Virgin) as well as hiking trails along tree-lined banks and out into the dry open desert. This riparian area was packed with lots of birds that Casey enjoyed stalking for quite a long time. The weather was perfect and the walks through the variety of terrain were ...
... walls. The result as you will see from my photos is a swirling, wavy space lit from above by fissures to the surface.
To gain entrance to the canyon, you climb down five flights of stairs, two of them so steep I had to go down backwards. The path is about 1.5 kilometres (1 mile) long. A ...
Hard to believe that we have been parked in the same spot for four months now, but the time has come for us to move on. We stayed in Leeds and the St George area primarily to help usher in our newest grandchild, Joshua Donald Campbell. He was born on the 15th of July, and everyone is healthy and doing well.
We have also been able to get a few things done on our motor home during our time here. We replaced our worn sofa for a new one, which helps ...
... the kids and Pep went to the edges of these freaky cliffs. Then we took a trail called Bright Angel Trail which was about 1.3 miles. I had to hold onto Pep the entire way and I didn't even go to the end of it because it was so freakin scary! I waited while the kids and Pep had their fun, then I saw their photos and was so glad I didn't go along to the end! They both went to tops of these mountains that were so scary (we heard later that a ...
... sedentary. So with the weather forecast in the low 80's, we set off gleefully.
We knew there was construction on I-15, both south of Mesquite and through the Virgin River Gorge, but we did not expect to be completely stopped by light flashing police cars! As we sat there at the front of the line, and I, as usual, took pictures for posterity, we watched a caravan of trucks cross over the I-15 and turn and head up towards Utah. There were trucks with portable corrals ...