Wingate by Wyndham St. George
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... above over three days.
Zion is a huge canyon with steep sides and a winding river running along the bottom - much like the Grand Canyon further to the south but not as long. breathtaking in its scale, it makes you feel very small.
Bryce is where you find bizarre sandstone sculptures known as hoodoos. The high side of the canyon that you travel along reaches a peak in height of around 9600ft above sea level - ...
... through my head, then. Funny now - not then! I did manage to run the last half mile and finished in a very pedestrian 4:26. I said I'd never run a marathon EVER again.
So, a month later, I signed up for my second one. Why? I knew I could do better. So, I did the next one under 4:00 hours in Fargo, ND. I was hooked.
Yep - if you've read this far - this has nothing to do with St. ...
... dust, dinosaur foot prints, dust, an old fort, dust, some petroglyphs, dust, giant dunes, dust, rocky washes, dust, scenic vistas, dust, slippery sandy fishtailing awesomeness, and yes..... dust.
Marcus was beyond generous, sharing his quad so Andy could get some riding time on the dunes. Jean was great pushing us to to go plenty fast (at times over 45 mph (72 kph)) and carve the dunes and also providing bits ...
... look after Taya, catch up on some sleep, and play in the beautiful sunshine. A much needed rest and relax for everyone. Dylan enjoys lining his cars up on the picnic bench. His Mickey Mouse balloon from Disneyland has been pretty much filling the bathroom in the RV (we were hoping it wouldn't last quite as long) so Rich takes it outside. It makes a bid for freedom and Rich is reminded that this is why ...
... blatantly nasty drive by tourism ever – we drove 400 yards and saw some lava and then headed to the airport. As it happens it was a good job we did as if we had not Susan would have missed her plane as the time she had was incorrect! After a rapid check-in I bade her a final farewell and headed out onto the road.
Now the song Moab by Conor Oberst says there is nothing the road cannot heal but this 400 mile ...