Motel 6 St. George
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... out "windows" which give the odd shaft of light. We only did a little part of the other side before turning around and heading back to the hotel.
We stopped at Albertson's to pick up some diet tonic and vodka but no liquor to be found. Utah's alcohol laws are very different to California - you can't buy beer over 3.3% alcohol and you can only buy liquor from state licensed liquor stores that have rather limited hours. A complete contrast to California where ...
... I've actually really enjoyed. Peter Smith, an old family friend, lives just down the road and has kept me company and checked on me. Also, Gloria is very Eco friendly and green. It has inspired me to put more effort into this endeavor as well. Also, she has more plants and succulents than you can count. This house is dreamy!
On to Zion National Park today but our first stop was breakfast at the Cracker Barrel that is just 10 minutes down the road. The drive to the park was only 45 minutes or so from St. George. The high mountains were stunning and humbling. A few spots of snow could still be seen along the cliffs. We even met a fellow Texan who offered to take our picture. A favorite sight today was all the wildlife in the park. ...
to West Yellowstone, MT
Another day of hard driving behind us and we reached West Yellowstone, MT. Not much in the way of roadside stops or activities, but we did add Idaho and Montana to the "just passin' through" list.
And, even though it's still September, ...
... Park, Utah.
We experienced rain, heavy winds, lightening and some narrow roads. Fred's knuckles were white from gripping the wheel and trying to maneuver the 31 foot trailer. All went well, he did a great job.
We have a beautiful campsite and Carter fixed chili con carne for dinner. Too tired for cards but walked to get an ice cream.
Zion and Bryce ...