TownePlace Suites St. George
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... the arrival of several "modern" mammal families. The first grasses appear. An ice age is triggered and the settlement and decay of seafloor algae draws in massive amounts of atmospheric carbon dioxide, lowering it from 3,800 ppmv down to 650 ppmv.
Thank goodness for the Neogene Period (23-7 MYA) when widespread forests slowly draw in massive amounts of CO2, gradually lowering the level from 650 ppmv down to around 100 ppmv. Human life develops!
... checker's life was going... Is that a sin??
At camp we took care of some chores and worked together preparing a Taco Salad for dinner this eve. It's almost time. My ol' mouth is waterin'... By the way, for all of you food geeks out there, we had a cheese and tomato omelet for breakfast and a great egg salad san for lunch. Life is good when one can eat well. I am blessed to have Lynn in the cooking ...
... the way down to the Great Salt Lake area. This site was our 100th National Park site visit since we began our full-time adventure. Hopefully the photos give you a taste of what to expect.
Cedar Breaks National Monument, Cedar City, Utah is a wonderful place to visit in the summer when the temperature is hot in Southern Utah. The drive to the Visitor Center takes just over an hour from our RV Park and we go from ...
- Stephen Covey (B.S. 1952), author of The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People. Habit #1: Be Proactive (i.e., hop on a Harley and ride the Rockies).
- Karl Rove (non-graduate alumnus), senior advisor and deputy chief of staff in the George W. Bush administration.
- Thomas S. Monson (B.S., 1948), President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. With a worldwide ...
... and the sky had white fluffy clouds, adding to the picture.
We parked at the colony, and walked around. There are artists' co-ops as well as individual studios/galleries. There was the full range of artistic expression, from oils to metal to pottery. The artists in the galleries are well known and the prices were indicative of that fact. There are lots of benches and chairs to sit on under the shade of trees and just enjoy the ...