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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 …
... holiday weekend and we would have a free run of the park. We arrived at the entrance at 7:30 am with no traffic and no lines. As the day grew older, the park grew full. Yes indeed, the summer park season has started. We are glad we got an early start.
During this time of year (considered summer season by Mid-May), private vehicles are not allowed to enter the Scenic Drive section of the park. A free shuttle provides transportation to nine stops. What we ...
... overlook to take a similar picture. It shows just how much the temple dominates the landscape of the city.
St. George appears to be quite a cultural centre. There are dozens of small art galleries and signs for dance schools and theatrical ...
... found on tripadvisor.com (where I always find the hotels I stay in) and it was really cool! It was called Inn on the Cliff and it was just that! Every room overlooked the town of St. George and the beautiful red rock mountains surrounding the town. It was unbelievably gorgeous! The hotel is new (opened in Feb 2014) and everything was modern and contemporary and brand new! We were all starving so we ate at the restaurant which was part of the ...
... the day, one out to the Spectra Point overlook which was a wonderful view of the "amphitheater" along a path that skirted the canyon. Near the end of the hike is supposedly the oldest Bristlecone Pine Tree in the park at over 1,600 years old. The other short hike was through the bordering forest where we found a small alpine pond and wonderful meadows full of wildflowers.
Brian Head Peak, Brian Head, Utah is actually ...