La Quinta Inn Farmington
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... going to shoot the guy so he breaks the rifle on the post by the grate and tosses it off. He left and the owner went back to being an ass. My father says the worker returned the following year to work and the owner who obviously recognized the guy couldn't be nicer to the guy! I guess in this case it paid to face off the bully. My dad had tons of stories about working in the fields and we would sit with him to tell them all the time.
So, I make ...
... a taxi back to the hotel and two random girls jumped in with us coz they were just down the road, then when we got to their house they just jumped out without paying and the driver went psyco! Screaming at them and he called the cops, nothing happened because they didn't answer the door, I think it's because pot it legal here! Anyway we finally made it safely back to the hotel, what a crazy night. Missing everyone heaps ...
... 20 minutes later we are at the base of the final summit! Getting this far was the most difficult climb I've done so far. My heart was pounding, at the workout and the view down. At one point, I grabbed a large rock that broke apart and fell on my knee. I wasn't hurt enough to stop walking, but that last climb was very vertical. So, while I perched myself onto a warm flat rock, Grant began hiking the last 15 minutes up to the tippity-top! ...
... honey, powdered sugar and taco style along with snowcones. Check that off our "to do list".
We arrived in Moab around dinner time. Everyone decided on Bucks Grill House. It was delish! A five minute ride back and we were at our RV site. The site overlooks the Colorado River and all the red colored mountains that surround the site. It doesnt look ...
... and potato. This meal seemed to be made for an entire family.
From St. George we drove up to Zion National Park, stopping at a tiny closed post office in one of the tiny towns on the way. Along the way I saw the last of the Joshua trees we would see. The land got greener next to the flowing Virgin River. I knew from the little research I did that the road into the heart of the park was closed to traffic. Because it gets so crowded in the canyon, since 1999 the NPS ...