Ramada St George
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Friday, June 26
*Drove to St. George
*Toured Zion National Park
*Arrived At Brent and Marsha’s and had supper with them and Bob and Mitzi (Marsha’s sister)
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Saturday, June 27
*Played in the splash pad and road the carousal in downtown St. George
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Headed for the Kolob Canyons section of Zion NP. (Kolob means "closer to God", definitely true as the day went by.) Went up the road from the Visitor Centre, magnificent rock formations all the way. Stopped several times, as we went to the top, and then walked the last 2 km to Timber Creek Overlook. Rain kept off most of the day, and scenery spectacular. So different from Grand Canyon.
Back down to ...
... we walked 5.1 miles in the park. We got back around 1:30 and it was really starting to heat up. I was suddenly very tired and had to take a nap. John went for a swim and then I got up and did some housekeeping.
Karen and Mike fixed a filet mignon dinner for us and we were able to eat outside. It seems that it’s either been too hot or too cold to do that in the past week or so. After the great meal, we had a fire and played ...
... at Baker, CA; a city that earns its name because when you're there you feel like you're in an oven. They have the world's tallest thermometer if you're interested. As we hit 3200 feet we were surrounded by the eerie Joshua trees that are unique to this desert. They are large spiny yuccas that grow in contorted shapes. They look like people in hell struggling, and they are beautiful and wonderful. I drove off the road for a few miles into ...
... cave we found was pretty small but it whet our appetite for spelunking. The second cave was much larger and a bit harder to get into but we managed. We crawled around and got fairly deep into cave. Deep enough to be able to turn off all our flashlights and be in total darkness - just like we did at Wind Cave in the Black Hills. Leo in particular really was passionate about the caves and didn't want to leave! Looks like someone has a new ...