Motel 6 St. George
Travel Blogs from St. George
OMG what a day...I was caught in a desert thunder and lightning storm and it was wicked! The sky was black and you could see the sheets of rain coming down. Seeing a bunch of bikeres stopped in a trail's parking lot I figured out that was a good idea. Shortly after I stopped the rain came down, the rain drops were huge! and you could hardly see …
... couldn't help but feel small. Most of your hiking is spent with your head tilted up toward the trees. We took the shuttle down to the General Sherman tree. This tree is huge! It is the world's largest tree! You can't get it all in one picture unless you are far enough away. Then we took a walk along Congress path. Here we saw a few named trees and groups of trees. The President is another huge tree. The Senate and ...
... Lake Mead. This canyon was about the most amazing canyon we're driven through. I’m never claustrophobic, but I can understand why people feel that way. The canyon walls were very tall, almost straight up for 500 to 1000 feet or more, and very close to the road. What a drive!
The mountains, buttes, and mesas are amazing. There are layers of different rocks that create a ...
As the t-shirts for sale in all of Utah's National Parks Visitor Centers read: "Utah Rocks!" It is indeed true! We have plans to spend a month in SW Utah, but in order to fully appreciate the geologic wonders of the state, one needs to spend much more than a month in its presence. We'll give just a glimpse of what we have been able to experience in the immediate vicinity.
Pipe Spring National Monument, Arizona. Just a few ...
... that we would try to catch the second half. The Show was on ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed