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It's been a beautiful sunny day. We drove for most of it. The odometer clicked over 4000 miles as we drove out of Cortez! Stopped for lunch at RD’s Drive-In in Page, Arizona, on the banks of Lake Powell Recreation Area (man-made lake, caused by damming the Colorado River north of the Grand Canyon) we drove by the Vermillion Cliffs and …
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Snow Canyon State Park is beautiful - and very red! It's only about 5 miles outside Saint George, Utah, but you feel like you're in a different world, surrounded by red sandstone cliffs and desert terrain. The campground is nestled beneath huge textured walls with amazing scenery, and ...