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May 23, 2020 - 7 Tips To Make Your First St George Trip Memorable After Corona Isolation

The novel coronavirus has thrown a monkey wrench into the travel plans of people across the globe. However, the social isolation brought on by attempts to slow the spread of the virus will not last forever. Many states in the United States are already beginning to lift travel restrictions and re-open local attractions. With the possibility of future periods of social distancing on the horizon, once travel is safe again, you will want to make your trips memorable. These seven tips can help you make your first post-coronavirus trip to St....

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Dec 12, 2019 - Vacationing in Portland

Traveling is always something that is fun and enjoyable to do. If you are someone who is currently planning a trip or if you are considering traveling in the near future, this short article will give you a better understanding and idea of things and places to visit. If you and your family members are planning a trip to Portland Oregon, here are some of the best things that you can do while you are there.   The best things to do while you are visiting Portland Oregon:   1.) One very fun activity that you and your family can do...

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Dec 10, 2019 - Stay Warm and Cozy in the Holiday Season

If you live in a place that gets very cold in the winter, it can sometimes be difficult to stay warm. Here are some ways that your entire family can be cozy in cold weather, without running up your heating bill in the process.  Upgrade Your Fireplace A fireplace is a great source of heat that can hold a feeling of nostalgia for those who use it. It is important to make sure that your fireplace is functioning properly before you begin to use it in the winter months. Do a thorough inspection prior to your first fire of the season, so...

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Dec 10, 2019 - The Gear You May Need For Your Next Adventure

The Gear You May Need For Your Next Adventure There are some people who enjoy relaxing inside with a good book and a cup of coffee. There are also those who crave the outdoors. For all of you adventurous spirits out there, make sure you have done your research on the equipment that is going to make for an escapade of a lifetime. On my adventures I found these tips to be the most helpful. Transportation If you plan on using your own transportation on your next adventure, consider taking the time to compare cars that may interest you. This...

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Dec 5, 2019 - Tips To Planning a Great Family Trip To Canada

Traveling with the family can be stressful. There are a lot of moving parts that go along with getting everyone from point A to point B, and it may seem near impossible to get everything done. Don't let the planning aspect of your trip ruin all the fun. Use the following tips and tricks to take the stress out of your family vacation. With these travel hacks, you are sure to be on your way to enjoying some quality Canadian family time without having to worry about any travel nonsense. Buy Your Tickets Early You can save a considerable amount...

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Nov 28, 2019 - How To Choose the Right Mattress for Your RV

Traveling the open road in an RV is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. From gorgeous sunsets over the Pacific Ocean to the city harbors of the Atlantic, there is a unique beauty in every state. Of course, when you're spending most of your life on the road, having a comfortable place to sleep is more important than ever. Most RVs are equipped with at least one bed, and some also have a second pull-out bed, loft bed, or set of bunk beds. The mattresses that come standard in an RV often aren't very comfortable, which means you'll need to spend...

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Nov 27, 2019 - Fun Things You'll Experience in St. George, Utah

Utah is packed with interesting places to visit, like, Bryce Canyon, Zion National Park, Arches National Park, and of course the entertaining metropolis of Salt Lake City. A hidden gem that is not to be missed on a trip to Utah is St. George. It is a worthy destination that is low-key and devoid of the kind of crowds that might mar a visit to the more famous areas in the state. Here are just a few of the amazing things you’ll experience during a trip to St. George, Utah. A Relaxing Setting One great thing about a trip to St. George is...

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Jun 27, 2019 - A new adventure

St. George, Utah Our youngest son is now married, all the family who came for the event are back home and we are finally ready to hit the road again. We are not accustomed to being home for such a long period. It is time for an adventure on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon that has been several years in the making. Because of the timing of the wedding, we did not drive but flew out to Las Vegas, Nevada, where we rented a car. It was quite a day as we were in Nevada, Arizona and Utah all in a single day! It must be admitted, however, that...

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May 3, 2019 - St George, UT and on to Las Vegas

Just a overnight in St George loaded up and off to Las Vegas, with a drive through The Valley of Fire the first State park of Nevada. A nice trip stopping for lots of pictures along the way, then off to Las Vegas got a early check in to my hotel. Kicked back for a bit before meeting my niece Bekah for dinner at the Hard Rock Casino had a great time chatting with her then back to room calling it a day.

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Apr 18, 2019 - St George Dinosaur Discovery at the Johnson Family Farm

Utah turns out to be a treasure of bones, scrapings and markings from up to 650 million years ago, when it was covered by water. Slowly over the many years, due to natural climate change, many small fish and snails began to grow, and this through evolution became the enormous dinosaurs that we can see the remains of today in this museum. This was an actual farm, and the Johnsons decided to bring in heavy machinery, to cultivate the land. During the start, it was noticed that marks under the soil had scrapings, and some bones, along with...

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Oct 24, 2018 - Death Valley.

Writing today from the nicest laundromat ever in Utah. We are headed to Bryce Canyon tomorrow which is also our 32nd wedding anniversary. Wow what a journey it's been !!! We just left Death Valley which was certainly not like any place we have experienced. We arrived at Stovepipe Wells on Friday. First impressions of Death Valley were vast, expansive, dry and hot. Friday's hike was the Golden Canyon with lots of drinking water for the hike. Walking amidst the canyon was awesome and hot. We knew these canyons were used for Star Wars, A New...

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May 10, 2018 - St George, UT

Well... we're having to damnedest luck with air conditioning. Now its our Escape blowing hot air like a blast furnace. Mind you, it's probably been a couple of years since it was used last. Anyway, we stopped at a local Ford dealership Mesquite Ford Lincoln & RV . They had us in within about 20 minutes, charged the system, added a dye to the coolant (they couldn't find any obvious leak) and sent us out for a drive with the AC on max. Well, that sure cooler things down. Returned to the dealership and they still couldn't find a leak. They...

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