Best Western Coral Hills
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... from the bridge. The Lake Powell area is breathtaking, turquoise blue water filling all the red rock and white rock canyons, with the blue blue sky up above. On the low end of the damn, the Colorado River is deep green, with a group of kayaks parked at a rental pad. Wow. I said that word many times during today’s drive. We passed on Zion as we have both been there and drove through a more southerly route to St. ...
... See. I have lost perspective on even danger. I live, rolling on the live road for 3-6 hours a day with little fear or concern than to tally miles and color in states on my map. That is what some call crazy and what others may even call brave. I'm not sure. I just accept it as "Doing whatever it takes."
Survival really comes down to trusting your instincts. Or... those of people that care for you.
... stopped to photograph the new bridge. Knowing how it was constructed and seeing the progress as it went along made the whole trip out worth it to me. Plus, the clouds are gone, and it is a beautiful day. Then, back through Las Vegas, on to the I-15, and north to St. George. Stopped in Mesquite, NV, right on the AZ border, for lunch. Apparently, this ...
... cutting back on my drinking. :) But, I managed to get through 16 weeks of training by running a few half marathons for training runs. Of course, when you live in the middle of the country, weekend trips for races are to such hot spots as Detroit and Evansville (IN). I was ready and overly-confident I'd run the race under four hours!
Race day...headed to the start on a shuttle bus from ...
... of 13000' (~4km). The Virgin River then began the process of cutting through the sandstone to make Zion Canyon. This took a long long long long time.
People have been enjoying the scenery here for over 8000 years. Anasazi, Paiute, Ute, and Spanish missionaries have all been here. Eventually in the late 1800's the Mormons showed up and made a valiant attempt to give everything names of a significant grandeur ...