Dixie Palms Motel
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... and cookie came away in our bags for later. On our return we stopped at the Hoover Dam to take photo's. What a sight. They have a memorial bridge walkway built a few years as a viewing point. Thirty minutes after we returned to the hotel we were off again with another tour guide, called Peter this time on our way to St George's Utah (where we should have been last night) we should be there in approximately 3 hours ...I think we deserve a drink. They say 'take a bus to take the strain'! Ha ...
... a friend from my Navy days. No luck.
We then headed for Las Vegas on May 16th where we spent 4 days sightseeing and swimming in the pool at the RV park. Rained most of the time at least part of the day. We did visit the Hoover Dam on the first full day there (fair weather but very cool)which was amazing. The next day was spent walking the Strip in Las Vegas but had to leave early afternoon because ...
... and yes even bicycling (the bus will take bikes too).
We were told this park is proud to be home to many Condors, which were nearing extinction a few years back. These magnficent birds have a wingspan of up to 9 ft, imagine! Unfortunately, we did not get to see any today. If you are ever this direction, this is a great place to stop. It is not nearly as large as Bryce Canyon, but awesome in it's own rght. Enjoy the pictures!
... got my apps back but will have to find another wifi spot to retrieve the photos/videos. Wow, want a cost of time and money for putting my bag down a little too carelessly back in Huntington Beach! Anyway, we hit the road again and headed north to nowhere in particular. We'd not booked anything for the night so we decided to head towards Bryce (where we did have something booked for ...
... doing, since we can go places and do things that a two year old couldn't do and that mom may not necessarily approve of, so we can be more adventurous. At Zion we just drove through the tunnel that enters the park from the east. We didn't take this route on our way in since it's pretty tight for RVs (they have to close the tunnel and let only one-way traffic through for RVs and buses), but Dean really wanted to see it. So we made the drive ...