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... a good time and getting to know each other better. Somehow haven't run out of things to talk about yet. He did let me drive part of the way to Zion - right through the construction and hoard of semi trucks!! I think I gave him a heart attack. He hasn't let me drive again yet - although I am not complaining. I think I will get more opportunity when we hit the flat mid-west. Looking forward to the Grand Canyon.
... Many of the families came from cotton country in the east, and had the requisite agricultural expertise. They referred to the area as Utah’s Dixie, and the nickname stuck.
Cotton farming continued for about fifty years, but once the railroad made its way through St. George, people found they could purchase cotton more cheaply than they could produce ...
We woke up at Zion, ate a wonderful breakfast and then headed out of Zion. On the way - we saw these cool rock formation that we just had to climb. Then we headed onwards towards the Grand Canyon - North Rim. We stopped at a viewing point where we met some Indian women who were making these beautiful beaded jewelry (something Pep hates) and Maya bought something, I bought something and Jordan bought somethign for his girlfriend, Sapir. we ...
... on the rock formations. Known by pioneers as the "Silent City" of Rocks, it served as a locator and safe haven for the weary pioneer on their way west. It takes some effort to get to the City of Rocks National Reserve, but again, it's worth the effort.
Timpanogos Cave National Monument, American Fork, Utah is one place you can't miss if you love to explore through caves. The cave entrance is located high in ...
... sand dunes, varied plant life and even a rabbit and some lizards.
We did end up finding the "hidden pinion" which is a pine tree that was nestled in behind several "shrub live oaks" which is why it's considered hidden. After that we headed back to a spot we found earlier on the hike which we thought would be ideal for a nature study. It was so fun to see the children (and even Suzanne) sit down on the side of ...