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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 …
... Then, we'll get a few items at Costco. We'd like to watch the Final Game of the NCAA Men's Tournament, but can't get it on TV and the internet is weak at the campground. Perhaps we'll be able to listen on the radio. My dad was a great fan of the Wisconsin Badgers, so I'll go with them. I'm glad that they made it to the Big Dance.
We'll be moving on Wednesday AM to Ely, Nevada on our trip to Carson City, ...
... light and then lost them. We weren’t sure of the address of the Ford dealer so we were on our own for a bit. We took the opportunity to stop at a Verizon store to buy a new charger for my phone. (I am having so much trouble with my phone, but I won’t bore you with that story.)
We finally figured out where to go (north instead of south) and found Mike and Karen at the Ford ...
... from St George include:
- Julius Erving, former professional basketball player known as Dr. J, who at one time had a 6,572-square foot home here. FYI, he’s two days older than I am, and unlike me, can still dunk. Click here to watch him dunk at age 63.
- LaVell Edwards, legendary football coach at Brigham Young University. Edwards, who is one month older than my riding partner, Ray Sanders, has ...
... remember, from past years, Snow Canyon State Park Campground is located less than ten miles from St. George, higher up in the beauty of the red rocks. This is our forth visit here and is much different. There is spring green... the good news. It's Spring Break... the less than good. The campground is full and there are "Breakers" everywhere one looks. There are lots of families with young children. We are in Utah, after all, if ...