Travel Blogs from St. George
I left Las Vegas and headed for St. George, UT to visit the Interagency Information Center to get information about the Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument, a large, remote and undeveloped area on the northern edge of the Grand Canyon. It's over a million acres, larger than the state of Rhode Island, but has no paved …
On our second full day in southwest Utah we started the day with french toast and a full morning of school lessons. Omar got the laundry done at the same time and planned out our day. We had quesadillas for lunch and then headed back to our new favorite state park - Snow Canyon!
Yesterday we saw Leo fall in love with spelunking (a.k.a. crawling around in caves). Omar and Leo wanted to go back to spend even more time in the caves and explore them ...
... with many scene and costume changes. The song and dance numbers were awesome. Mary flew above us on the high wire and there were two young kids in the show - a girl of 14 and a little boy of 7 who almost stole the show. The musical didn't start until 8:45 pm and I couldn't help but wonder how these young kids did three shows a week. We didn't get home until ...
... that cynical)
Playlist “2500 Say Hello, Wave Goodbye”
- Say Hello Wave Goodbye, Soft Cell
- Midnight, Yazoo
- No children, Mountain Goats
- Emily, Stephen Fretwell
- Come pick me up, Ryan Adams
- It must be love, Madness
- Today, Maximilian Hecker
- No distance left to run, Blur
- Hallelujah, Jeff Buckley
- Hurt, Johnny Cash
- Man and Wife. ...
... sat and sat and …………. We moved ...