St. George Inn & Suites
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... near Saint George, we stopped by the Chuckwalla crag on our last morning, so that Darrell could try out some of the steep, juggy climbing there. In fact, Amanda managed a couple of 5.10a routes, and Darrell was well pleased with himself when he onsighted a 5.11d and a 5.12a (French 7a and 7a )! ...
... thought they would be there for a while, so John and I went on to the campground. This is a very nice campground and the scenery was great on the road here. We decided to stay here for two days since we got here late, and we were lucky that they could accommodate us since they are filling up for Labor Day Weekend. It was 104 degrees when we got here.
I fixed dinner so it was ready when ...
Took off from Vegas this morning. Good riddance! I really wanted to see the new bridge past Hoover Dam. It has been written up in every Engineering and Concrete journal for years. Very elegant design, construction techniques, so wanted to see the finished product. Jane and I had toured the dam before, so we went over the original road (on top of the ...
... few months (since my first half marathon the year before). But, I thought, I won't get in. Guess what - found out I was in during a vacation in Europe in July. **** - 16 weeks until the race - and I had to figure out how to go from zero to 26.2 QUICKLY!
So, I started training when I returned from that trip. MInd you - in July - in St. Louis. I just remember it being miserable....adding mileage, the ...
We slowed the pace down a bit. Hunkered down in Hurricane UT for a couple of days. We did some grocery shopping, did some cleaning, and did some laundry.
After all that we had a powerful urge to wash the bitter taste of domesticity out of our mouths. So of course we cooked some meat with fire and went off to tear up the desert on loud motorized vehicles.
With Jene as our guide we saddled up on 3 quads ...