St. George Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... sunny weather. We return in the cold rain as mud forms on the downhill path. Boy, we really should have brought our rain gear! The weather changed fast!
The quickly emerging sun dries us off swiftly, so we take another hike down into a canyon to a river where we enjoy a lovely picnic lunch. We finish our meal and contemplate hiking further. Then Casey spies some clouds moving in and we decide, despite having brought our rain ponchos this time, we don’t ...
... where weekly meetings and other non-ceremonial events occur, and the magnificent St. George Temple where weddings and funerals and so on for Church members occur. Construction of the St. George Temple was completed by 1871, the first LDS temple west of the Mississippi River to be operational. I have inserted a photo from Wikipedia to the right as I was not able to ...
... Texas fell off one of the edges on the South Rim just 3 days ago). In any case, we enjoyed the views and then headed out of the park to St. George, Utah (on our way to Las Vegas). The drive took another 3ish hours, and we ended in St. George - which was such a cute, adorable town that I wished we had planned to stay an additional day here! It's a university town with lots of cute little restaurants and stores. In any case, we got to our hotel ...
... to over 10,000 in elevation. When we left the RV Park it was around 90 degrees in the morning and when we got there the temperature was in the lower 60's. Such a pleasant change! We visited here in November of 2012, but there was quite a bit of snow at that time and the Visitor Center had already closed for the season. This was a good time to visit again, as most of the wildflowers were in full bloom. We took two different ...
... hay, water...and lots of cowboys driving those trucks. Once the caravan was all over on north bound I-15, the caravaning began. The light flashing police car led and trailed the caravan, blocking both lanes so we could not past. At first we thought these were from the Cliven Bundy group (see the news - it is a small range war in this part of Nevada), and the police were escorting them to the Muddy River. But as they passed all the exits, we realized these were the ...