Economy Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... Cretaceous rocks are the remnants of this period.
It was during this period that the Cretaceous–Paleogene extinction event occurred resulting in the mass extinction of 75% of plant and animal species on Earth. This occurred over a geologically short period of time. A scenario combines three major postulated causes which are volcanism, marine regression, and extraterrestrial impact. CO2 levels have soar to record heights.
The Paleogene Period (56-3 ...
We got to Snow Canyon in good time with a stop at Costco for fuel and a few necessities. Gas here, in St. George was $2.49 at our fill-up and $2.53 in town. Lots of retirees with fat government checks must keep the price up. We've got only two nights camping since the CG is Packed. No spare room here and a ton of little kids enjoying themselves. Large families too...
It was 75 degrees and calm, but during ...
... the way down to the Great Salt Lake area. This site was our 100th National Park site visit since we began our full-time adventure. Hopefully the photos give you a taste of what to expect.
Cedar Breaks National Monument, Cedar City, Utah is a wonderful place to visit in the summer when the temperature is hot in Southern Utah. The drive to the Visitor Center takes just over an hour from our RV Park and we go from ...
... from St George include:
- Julius Erving, former professional basketball player known as Dr. J, who at one time had a 6,572-square foot home here. FYI, he’s two days older than I am, and unlike me, can still dunk. Click here to watch him dunk at age 63.
- LaVell Edwards, legendary football coach at Brigham Young University. Edwards, who is one month older than my riding partner, Ray Sanders, has ...
... remember, from past years, Snow Canyon State Park Campground is located less than ten miles from St. George, higher up in the beauty of the red rocks. This is our forth visit here and is much different. There is spring green... the good news. It's Spring Break... the less than good. The campground is full and there are "Breakers" everywhere one looks. There are lots of families with young children. We are in Utah, after all, if ...