The Inn at Entrada
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Indoor pool
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What occurred next was called the Triassic–Jurassic extinction event. At least 50% of the species now known to have been living on Earth at that time went extinct. Gradual climate change, sea-level fluctuations or a pulse of oceanic acidification may be the cause.
Next, the Jurassic Period (201-152 MYA) was characterized by the many types of dinosaurs, and small mammals began to appear as well as the first birds and lizards. Scientists ...
... found out that we're now second in line... Could happen.
The Hike: I chose to go again on the Three Ponds Trail. It's a beautiful route, through rough lava sections and climbing up and over red rock trails, some of which look like poorly maintained sidewalks, per Lynn. The remainder is following a dry river bottom, but not like at home. Few rocks, and much red sand prevail. We emptied our boots three ...
... States. Neither of us enjoy rock climbing, so we will leave that sport to others. The rock formations are very interesting, as they pop up in the middle of nowhere. The reserve also straddles portions of the historic "California Trail" and preserves the most intact and authentic setting of that trail, which in 1852 alone saw 52,000 pioneers on their way to the California gold fields. Many of them left their names written in ...
... Almost feels like home. Utah was the 45th state admitted to the Union, on Jan. 4, 1896, after the region’s dominant church, the Mormons, discontinued and renounced plural marriage, more commonly known as polygamy. The name "Utah" is derived from the name of the Ute tribe. It means "people of the mountains" in the Ute language. I am, of course, a Ute. Meaning, I graduated from the University of Utah, ...
After breakfast (the one good thing the Lexington Hotel does), and checking out, we headed up to Tuacahn Amphitheater for their weekly farmers' market. The drive out there is picturesque and you quickly exit the city feel, although there are quite a few new housing developments along the way. Parking was ample and we wandered up one side and down the other (the market is located along the water feature which runs from the amphitheater to the ...